Our teams of programmers have loads of hands-on experience in the widest range of open-source systems you could imagine. From developing device drivers, BSP’s and Linux distributions for silicon vendors, turn-key solutions for our OEM clients and up to advanced server-based applications for the latest in Software Defined Networking (SDN) and cloud storage systems.
This is much more than plug-and-play of standard code. We integrate, optimize, test and patch the code until it is truly production ready with standard-setting performance and functionality. We also combine it with many of our proprietary features to provide you with the differentiation your products require.
We offer support for a wide range of management modules such as NetConf, TR-069, SNMP, web and command-line. All are coordinated with the system through a middleware package we have developed called MMX.
MMX provides us with features such as synchronized access to all managed data, user access permissions for all elements, options for backups, field upgrades for software/ firmware and much more. It provides us with the modular and extensible architecture that is necessary for modern products with broad functional options.
Based on OpenStack, we offer access to cloud storage systems that is unsurpassed. Connect to content in Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive or other standard clouds through Inango's streamlined cloud interfaces and you can offer virtually any type of functionality from your router (or any other embedded device). Examples? Make all cloud content accessible via DLNA to allow any home device to play any multi-media files with NO local client; mount the clouds as a "local" file system for simple, standard access or use the clouds for backing up your own data. The options are almost limitless – contact us for more details.
Inango has demonstrated fully operational servers for Software Defined Networking (SDN). We have developed extensions to support different types of network switches as well as all necessary device-side extensions to connect to the SDN server. The result is a modular and flexible system that can grow with your network as it expands, based on technologies such as OpenDaylight, OpenFlow, NetConf and Open vSwitch.