Unified Open Networking Solutions - OpenDaylight, VPP, ONAP and PNDA

We turned to OpenDaylight one month after its inception in April 2013. We had been involved in Software Defined Networking (SDN) to simplify IT and like many we started creating value-added components and services. However, we saw that the majority of the members were building products out of OpenDaylight and the project itself was lacking in usability. This is when we created our platform to build your own Controller and manage the Business Case / Applications. After years of helping vendors, service providers and enterprise successfully leverage OpenDaylight as part of their solutions, we had growing demand to provide and support the complete open networking stack. From the dataplane to applications, Inocybe Technologies provides unified open source networking solutions around technologies such as OpenDaylight, FD.io, ONAP and PNDA.

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Avaya Networking and Inocybe Set a New Benchmark for Scalability to Support Internet of Things

Avaya Leverages Inocybe's OpenDaylight Platform to manage and secure up to 168,000 devices.

Inocybe and Oracle Collaborate on OpenDaylight and Oracle Solaris

Inocybe Open Networking Platform provides Out-of-the-box Support for Oracle Solaris.
 

Media Coverage

"Avaya Inc. and Inocybe Technologies have demonstrated a system that promises to support as many as 168,000 connected devices... the largest number of devices, by a wide margin, ever supported on an open, standards-based SDN architecture."

Light Reading

“Canonical’s OpenStack Cloud is now being offered in partnership with Inocybe’s VPP Open Networking Components. This is an industry-first open networking solution that is easy to deploy and manage”

SDxCentral

"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."

Albert Einstein

"Knowledge is a process of piling up facts; wisdom lies in their simplification."

Martin H. Fischer

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

Leonardo da Vinci

You know you’ve achieved perfection in design, not when you have nothing more to add, but when you have nothing more to take away.”

Antoine de Saint-Exupery