Inango Systems announces updates for their G.fast DPU Software including the latest on expanded functionality, field trials and support for more network processors. The company’s G.fast DPU Software is a complete software implementation that meets all industry standards, provides extensive management capabilities (NetConf, SNMP, web, CLI), supports provisioning including configurable QoS and bandwidth limitation parameters, enables line diagnostic functionality (quality, noise, cross-talk, etc), and delivers the highest data throughput performance available through software-to-silicon hardware optimizations.
The company’s G.fast DPU Software is available for a one-time, royalty-free source code license fee per platform.
Inango Systems today announced their expanded support of the Microsemi WinPath series network processor with the release of the company’s Linux Distribution and G.fast DPU Software running on the WinPath-4 (WP4) network processor. “We are excited to continue providing our industry leading software solutions for the WinPath network processor which now includes the WP4 chipset,” stated Jonathan Masel, CEO of Inango Systems. “Inango has a long history of providing software delivering the highest data flow throughput, including customers who already use our software for the WP3-SL and WP3-SPO processors from Microsemi.”
We are pleased to announce the release of our PMA (Persistent Management Agent) software product.
The PMA runs on a server and is used to store and then forward configuration requests from an NMS to deployed units. Designed for maximum flexibility, the initial focus is on DPU systems that provide Internet access to Multi-Dwelling Units using either G.fast or G.hn technologies. This enables the NMS or support center to propogate all configuration changes or software upgrades through a network even when some of the devices are powered off.
Inango’s PMA features many benefits, including the ability to store running and start-up configurations (where start-up configuration is all versioned), the ability to convert SNMP messages to/from NetConf and automatic DPU recognition and configuration.
We are pleased to announce the addition of Ethernity’s FPGA processors to the range of supported platforms in our OpenWRT distribution.
These FPGA’s are high-performing, low power consumption platform for devices such as DPU’s and reverse powered units. We can offer free OpenWRT under a GPLlicense, a premium (non-free) version of the distribution with many proprietary extensions or a complete DPU Software solution that works with either G.fast or G.hn.
Inango has released version 1.2 of its DPU Software package. This provides a complete software solution for OEM’s building DPU (Distribution Point Unit) products and features:
Support for a wide range of processors and switches from MicroSemi (Wintegra) or Marvell
Support for FPGA’s from Ethernty or Xilinx
Support for virtual machine environments (Vmware, docker, kvm and others) for optimized NFV
Downlinks over either G.fast or G.hn
Uplinks over high-speed fiber (Ethernet over fiber or PON)
Fully managed via NetConf (or web, command-line, TR-069 or SNMP), supporting the latest MIB’s from the Broadband Forum
Interoperates with Inango PMA (Persistet Management Agent)
Inango announces the support of MicroSemi’s (Wintegra) WinPath WP3 processors in its OpenWRT distribution. This gives our customers the ability to run a standard distribution with access to hundreds of packages that are available from any OpenWRT repository.
We have enhanced the standard MicroSemi offering in many ways in this distribution.
All parts of the system (including winmon) are provided as standard OpenWRT packages and may be configured, built and integrated in to the system as such.
The kernel has been upgraded (from 2.20 to 3.19) and the entire build process cleaned up.
A special recovery mode has been built in to winmon to support field recovery in the case of corrupted flash.
And the kernel and root file system no longerneed be loaded in to RAM. Each part may be used directly from flash if desired, saving considerabe RAM space.