FRINX Offers OpenDaylight Distribution to SoftBank for Open Source NOS

FRINX Offers OpenDaylight Distribution to SoftBank for Open Source NOS Image Credit: AleksOrel/

FRINX and SoftBank are collaborating and have created an open-source based operations system for SoftBank's networks.

Founded in 2016 in Bratislava, FRINX offers network automation solutions for branch offices, core and access networks. FRINX is providing support for its distribution of OpenDaylight, enabling SoftBank to focus on creating their applications.

FRINX offers a fully supported version of OpenDaylight (FRINX ODL Distribution) that makes it a reliable infrastructure onto which SoftBank creates applications to manage their networks. Meanwhile, FRINX provides support, quality assurance and performance enhancements to the code base and manages the up-streaming process. SoftBank also uses the FRINX Smart Build Engine - a development and test environment - that allows customers to automate the build process and system tests for OpenDaylight and its applications in minutes, compared to weeks or months with Do-It-Yourself solutions.

Gerhard Wieser, Co-founder and CEO, FRINX
Open Source has become the de-facto standard for developing new applications in the networking space and SoftBank is one of the leaders in the telecommunications industry leveraging that trend. FRINX and SoftBank are moving the industry forward by building their applications on a supported open-source foundation to evolve SoftBank’s network operations.

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