OcNOS Virtual Machine

Telecom Infra Project

TIP is focused on accelerating innovation in carrier networks through network disaggregation and ecosystem cooperation.  Within TIP is the Open Optical and Packet Transport Project Group (OOPT) focused on among other items, disaggregated cell site gateways and optical transport solutions.  IP Infusion is a member of TIP and works very closely with the TIP community providing network operating system solutions by contributing to the TIP Disaggregated Cell Site Router (DCSG) Group and the Open Optical and Packet Transport Project Group. https://telecominfraproject.com

The Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation supports the creation of sustainable open source ecosystems by providing financial and intellectual resources, infrastructure, services, events, and training. IP Infusion is contributing to the DANOS Project in the open source networking portfolio. https://linuxfoundation.org

Open Compute Project (OCP)

The Open Compute Project is working with a global community of technology leaders to break open the black box of proprietary IT infrastructure to achieve greater choice, customization, and cost savings. We’re a community member of OCP supporting their vision to reimagine hardware to make hardware more efficient, flexible, and scalable. https://www.opencompute.org

Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF)

As a member of the MEF, the defining body for Carrier Ethernet, we support their mission is to accelerate the worldwide adoption of Carrier-class Ethernet networks and services. https://www.mef.net


We’re members of the IEEE, a professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation including technology standards, professional and educational activities.to promote interoperability and deployment of Carrier Ethernet worldwide. https://www.ieee.org

Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

As members of the IETF, we support the task forces mission to deploy Carrier Ethernet on a worldwide basis and to promote interoperability. https://www.ietf.org

IPv6 Forum

We support the standards body for IPv6, the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), which tests networking and data communications products. https://www.ipv6forum.com