OpenRG, Deployed in More than 40 Million Residential Gateways, Enters its 6th Generation
- OpenRG deployed in 40 million broadband gateways around the world
- Announcing 6th generation providing extensive IPv6 support, facilitating service providers’ migration from IPv4 to IPv6 networks with a full dual stack router software solution
- Provides advanced software capabilities for connected home service delivery including certified DLNA digital media server and parental control service integration
San Jose, California. May 28, 2012
Jungo, an NDS Group Company, and a leading provider of gateway and remote management solutions for broadband home service offerings, today announced that its OpenRG residential gateway software, deployed in 40 million broadband gateway devices, is entering its sixth generation with the release of OpenRG version 6. With this latest release, service providers and CPE vendors can take advantage of extensive IPv6 support, certified DLNA digital media server, cellular WAN support, Broadband Forum’s next generation TR-181 data model, parental control service integration and more.
OpenRG version 6 supports service providers’ migration to IPv6 with significant enhancements across gateway functions – including core networking, quality of service, firewall, packet acceleration, local web-based management and remote management – to allow seamless operation in mixed IPv4 and IPv6 environments. This complete dual stack router solution allows operators to upgrade their networks gradually without needing to modify or replace their CPE.
Deployed on 40 million gateway devices by leading service providers and CPE vendors around the world, including in the Middle East, Europe, the US and Asia Pacific, OpenRG is built on Jungo’s extensive experience and technology leadership in the home broadband arena. OpenRG software is hardware independent, shortening new platform release cycles and ensuring simpler support and uniform deployment on in-field CPE devices.
“OpenRG version 6 is based on our experience with Cable, DSL and FTTx service providers and the needs of the market leading CPE vendors”, said Eran Rom, CEO, Jungo. “Broadband service providers realize that to face the digital home challenge they need to provide seamless connectivity, compelling connected home services and a unified end user experience across services. Our goal is to best serve service providers with a platform that enables simple service creation and support while integrating the latest broadband networking standards and technologies”.
NDS Group Ltd. creates the technologies and applications that enable pay-TV operators to securely deliver digital content to TV STBs (set-top boxes), DVRs (digital video recorders), PCs, mobiles and other multimedia devices. Over 90 of the world’s leading pay-TV platforms rely on NDS solutions to protect and enhance their business.
NDS’ VideoGuard® is the world’s market-leading content and service protection solution, deployed in 133 million pay-TV households. VideoGuard conditional access (CA) and digital rights management (DRM) technologies safeguard pay-TV service revenues exceeding $50 billion. NDS middleware, which enables a host of advanced services for subscribers, has been deployed on 226 million devices. NDS DVR technology, centred around XTV™, is a leader in the global industry with 49 million units deployed. (Deployment figures as of 30th April 2012).
Headquartered in the UK, with over 5000 employees, NDS remains committed to investing in technology and development with over 75% of its employees dedicated to pioneering work at development centres in France, India, Israel, Korea, UK and US.
NDS Group Ltd. is a private company owned by the Permira Funds and News Corporation. See www.nds.com for more information.
Jungo is a leading provider of software products and solutions that power residential broadband service offerings and connectivity solutions. Our residential broadband products enable 40 million of the world’s residential gateways. Our connected home, application framework and remote management solutions let service providers easily launch value-added broadband services and manage and monitor their delivery. Jungo’s unique home broadband offerings enable service providers to accelerate the introduction of a variety of innovative, revenue generating digital home services, while enhancing their competitive edge and reducing operational costs.
Jungo’s connectivity solutions division offers extensive connectivity software solutions for USB and PCI, including WinDriver™, a driver development toolkit that enables developers to quickly create custom device drivers that can run on a multitude of operating systems without modification, and USBware™, a complete, high-quality embedded USB software protocol stack, allowing device manufacturers to easily incorporate standard USB OTG/Host/Device connectivity in their designs.
Jungo is owned by NDS, a leading global provider of end-to-end software solutions for the pay television industry. Jungo is owned by NDS, a leading global provider of end-to-end software solutions for the pay television industry. To learn more, visit www.jungo.com.
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