Software to power and manage Wi-Fi, VOIP, mesh

and home-IOT solutions

Software and solutions for the connected home

Technology generations develop at a higher pace than ever before, shortening the hardware lifecycle. To prolong the lifecycle of an installed base and ensure the transition to the next generation architecture, software compatibility and control are key. This is one of the main reasons why IOPSYS offers a decoupled software model. Open collaboration brings the best and most flexible solutions and IOPSYS has full-heartedly supported open source for over a decade. To leverage the full potential of the digital home, a proactive futureproof software strategy is needed. As a result, a homogenous software layer of the home must be applicable to all devices, and it must be easy to upgrade, monitor and support. True open source is essential to transform broadband providers.

Check out our software solution portfolio below!

IOWRT is one of the most advanced, platform independent gateway software based on OpenWrt. IOWRT provides a full SDK solution with security enhancements and features rich services, such as local and remote management, enhanced Wi-Fi experience, VoIP, and QoS.

EnsemblePro is a well-proven, high-end, state-of-the-art software agent, based on vast know-how in the business. This provides business advantage to any hardware and gateway vendor with the ambition to deliver high-end functionality in their gateway product range.

MaestroACS is a CPE management system that spans the complete CPE lifecycle for a multitude of device types in home network environments. This includes standard broadband gateways from any vendor, Advanced Wi-Fi mesh extenders and residential platforms for IoT functionality.

Inspiration

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What happens when a Communication Service Provider opts for open-source router software?

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4 Key Takeaways: Wi-Fi for the smart home

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