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.
Inango is proud to announce support for Sckipio’s G.fast peripheral devices in its OpenWRT distribution.
This includes full diagnostics testing, advanced VLAN and QoS options and advanced features such as firmware upgrades (local and remote). And for our customers that are manufacturing G.fast equipment, we offer automated procedures for the production line quality tests, per-device information burning and recording and final QA testing.
We have recently added an optional package in our OpenWRT distribution that can connect a device such as a home router or STB to clouds and social media. When combined with a DLNA Server (we can provide that as well), you can now use your home router to make all of your multi-media information in your clouds (Dropbx, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Flickr and more) available to any device on the home network via DLNA.
There is no need to install any clients on your device, nor do we require huge amount of flash memory for local syncs. Your content stays where it is in the clouds and using our OpenWRT, your router can stream all of your content directly to your phone, TV or computer via standard DLNA. And you can password-protect your content to ensure your privacy.
We have now added NetConf (server) to the list of management protocols supported in our software products. As with all our management software, this is integrated in to the system through our management middleware, MMX.