Committed to Creating a Good Vendor Lock-in Free Open Source Ecosystem for SDN and NFV
"It’s one thing to connect thousands of devices to a network; it’s another to make sure there’s the security and manageability required by businesses. This is beyond connections, but eliminating the compromise between large scale deployments, security, and management. Based on our test, businesses can be confident that ODL is a solid, practical foundation for SDN deployments intended to support the future of IoT."
- Liam Kiely, Vice President, Avaya Networking
"When looking to expand our built-in, application-driven SDN capabilities for Java and Oracle Database with OpenDaylight, partnering with Inocybe was an easy decision to make based on their leadership and vision for extending cloud scale SDN."
- Markus Flierl, Vice President, Oracle Solaris Core Technologies, Oracle Corporation
Inocybe Technologies has been involved in networking innovation for over a decade. Our main vision has always been that network management is too complicated and consists of too many manual processes.
In 2005, we started by creating ‘user empowered’ networking, in which users could self-provision services across the network. Additionally, we wanted to extend the platform to sensors, compute and other hardware devices. This led us to build an IaaS framework on top of which we developed Inocybe's Virtualization Platform. With the industry’s creation of the OpenDaylight ecosystem in 2013, we decided to accelerate and focus on SDN and NFV innovation and make it consumable. We approached our end-to-end strategy as a partnership with other complementary companies, and became a pure-play OpenDaylight company to execute on our vision.
With more than 13% of Global OpenDaylight Production Deployments to-date, we are the leading pure play OpenDaylight company. Our distribution binaries are currently used by customers around the world, within their Operator, Enterprise and Vendor-based OpenDaylight solutions. We offer a robust, commercially supported platform that allows end users to create their own set of OpenDaylight solutions, derived from recipe-based use cases, and building upon our vast experience with these customer deployments.