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BroadLight Announces Partnership with ProSyst to Deliver OSGi and Java Capabilities to Joint Customers
By Jai C.S., TMCnet Contributor
BroadLight, a supplier of fiber access processors, has signed a strategic partnership with ProSyst, a company focused in opens standard technology and in creating the OSGi specifications, to combine BroadLight’s fiber access processors with ProSyst’s OSGi stack, providing significant aid to carriers by increasing their ARPU with innovative services that were previously unattainable.
This partnership is believed to enable both the companies to co-market OSGi and Java SoC solutions to joint networking and telecommunications customers.
“This strategic alliance between BroadLight and ProSyst will allow our global customer-base to benefit from the fiber-grade architecture of our fiber access processors,” Doron Tal, vice president of Business Development and Product Management at BroadLight, said.
“The fiber-grade architecture enables high performance processing for Java and OSGi without sacrificing the wirespeed routing and toll-grade voice performance demanded by leading service providers that are deploying profitable triple play services,” Tal added.
ProSyst´s mBS Smart Home is said to be a software stack containing ProSyst´s certified implementation of the latest OSGi specification R4.2 used in commercial embedded products like broadband equipment, modems, routers, gateways, CPEs, STBs, femtocell devices, etc. Other than these components, mBS Smart Home includes lots of connected home specific extensions, like: Home Protocols, Home Automation Layer, Media Broadcasting and Playback, Notifications, Home Gateway (News - Alert) and Control Panel GUI, Home Applications, etc.
“Coupling the ProSyst mBS OSGi product and services with the BroadLight 3rd Generation of fiber processors provides the fastest time-to-market for emerging fiber access gateway deployments," Daniel Schellhoss, executive vice president at ProSyst said.
Schellhoss also expressed his pleasure on his company getting selected by a pioneer like BroadLight.
Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Ed Silverstein