IP Infusion, the leader in disaggregated networking solutions, delivers enterprise and carrier-grade software solutions allowing network operators to reduce network costs, increase flexibility, and to deploy new features and services quickly. The disaggregated networking model allows network operators to build networks with diverse, standards-based hardware and software.
IP Infusion is an integrator and customer service provider for DANOS-Vyatta edition. Based on the DANOS open source software, DANOS-Vyatta edition is a production-ready, carrier grade, feature-rich network operating system (NOS) that meets the demand for functionality and reliability required in the carrier environment. DANOS-Vyatta edition includes enhancements over DANOS and has been fully validated by AT&T and is running in AT&T’s production network. As an integrator and commercial service provider, IP Infusion is ready to work with carriers to help them realize the value of leveraging an open source software platform and white box hardware to gain costs savings and efficiencies in their network.
IP Infusion’s OcNOS, the industry’s first enterprise and carrier-grade network operating system for Open Compute hardware, allows for easier implementation of large-scale IT networks, and offers customers white box solutions to deploy more quickly. OcNOS provides seamless transition from traditional networks to open networks with investment protection. OcNOS gives network operators, carriers and enterprises the physical software solution needed to achieve the disaggregated networking model.
IP Infusion has the proven, robust networking solutions, based on 15+ years of experience, with the ZebOS network platform that’s designed to help build network devices for future-proof networks. Over 300 customers worldwide, including major networking equipment manufacturers, use the respected ZebOS platform to build networks to address the evolving needs of cloud, carrier and mobile networking.
ZebOS is the world’s most comprehensive standards-based Layer 2, Layer 3, and MPLS/MPLS-TP network platform that enables network equipment manufacturers to accelerate the development of SDN-based architectures for next generation mobile backhaul, Carrier Ethernet, and data center/cloud networks. The modular design enables network equipment manufacturers to select and integrate the protocols they need for their specific market requirements. ZebOS supports more than 200 network protocols that conform to leading IEEE, IETF and MEF industry-specific standards and implementation agreements.
IP Infusion was founded in 1999 by Kunihiro Ishiguro and Yoshinari Yoshikawa as a commercial-grade, hardware-independent network software for IPv4 and IPv6. The vision for IP Infusion comes from Ishiguro’s background as the co-founder and developer of open source Zebra and his experience running the first IPv6 network in Tokyo in 1995. IP Infusion was acquired by ACCESS in 2006.