Realizing the Digital Home

Innovative software solutions for your smart connected home

IOPSYS designs and develops innovative software solutions for smart connected homes. Our software solutions address products such as Wi-Fi routers, Wi-Fi extenders, mesh systems, fiber termination boxes, and the majority of home IoT devices. It optimizes device performance and enables the hosting of third-party applications.

Our customers are Internet Service Providers (ISP) and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) of smart home devices. IOPSYS designs and develops device software and open-source Operating Systems (OS), fully integrated device software, as well as management solutions. IOPSYS solutions are optimized software packages covering all perspectives: OEM, ISP network operations, ISP customer care and consumers. IOPSYS is a strong supporter of open-source software and actively contributes to the open source community.

 

Our Christmas gift this year is supporting the children in Ukraine with a donation via UNICEF. Read more here.

Vi stödjer UNICEFs arbete för barnen i Ukraina

Software solutions for the digital home

Service providers and OEMs want to offer a wide variety of easy-to-install devices and new, innovative services with fast time-to-market and low total cost of ownership. With IOWRT, we combine the best from the open source community with the requirements of carrier grade from the broadband and IoT gateway industry, resulting in a platform independent operating system based on OpenWrt.

Connected home users want a variety of easy-to-install devices and new, innovative services with a regular cadence. Service providers need to provide a continuous flow of business offerings, with fast time-to-market while preserving a low total cost of ownership. For service provides, EnsemblePro is a single, unified, and managed software platform for the entire connected home business.

Personalized services that are easy to use foster loyal customers. Our management and monitoring solution MaestroACS can collect user data to help service providers of smart connected homes to develop their service and offer excellent customer care.

New and increased use of Over-The-Top services calls for better Wi-Fi

In an ever-growing connected home market, providers of smart products and online services – Over-The-Top (OTT) players – are thriving. But as the number of users and connected devices throughout the home increases, the need for a better Wi-Fi connection throughout the entire home is more important than ever.

Digital home equipment –
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Benefit from IOPSYS software solutions for connected home devices

The great opportunity of the connected smart home can only be captured if you control the software.

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As we provide equipment that can be managed remotely, we can offer our customers better quality of service from end to end.

Rex WM Hui

The buzz right now is around containers and an app-enabled ‘smart gateway’. While we’ve always been advocates of this model (we’ve had an app-store for IOWRT for nearly 10 years), the hardware, memory, and operator resources are finally there to realize this.

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Inspiration

How to motivate open-source software for CSPs

Open-source solutions within the telecommunications industry have gained more traction in recent years. In conversation with Johan Fredriksson,...

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Why communications services providers need to rekindle their consumer relationship and rethink home gateways

For communications service providers (CSPs) focused on consumers and their broadband needs at home, it’s time to update triple-play services...

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How communications service providers future-proof their digital home business with gateway software

For communications service providers (CSPs), the broadband market landscape for digital homes is changing rapidly in terms of customer demand,...

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Your guide to understanding the benefits of an open-source OS

This guide presents a practical overview of OpenWrt and
how to combine it with an open-source operating system
to manage software independent of the hardware. We
also describe the benefits of this solution to help OEM
professionals understand the business value.

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