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Press release The Future of Networking is Open-Source

11-18-2020 04:26 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: s.r.o. is open-source! is open-source!

Create your own, software-defined network controller with Used in enterprises around the world, this OpenDaylight feature set, written in plain JavaSE, is open-sourced.

You need a fast framework. Something easy to use. A stable, open-source network controller, for networks of tomorrow.

As the largest contributor to one of the most important network projects, we understand what solution architects and developers need.

That is why we have developed a framework written in Java, with a variety of use-cases and references from a number of enterprises.

Easy & Stable

Still not convinced? Migration from a different SDN controller to has never been easier. Integrating foreign modules? A piece of cake!

Each component has been built from the ground up, with one goal: creating the ultimate, easy-to-use software development kit.

Removed Karaf dependency: for lightning-fast speed
Written in JavaSE: for painless development
Modularity: for customization & effortless maintenance
Production Support? Sure! provides prime support for, even after its move to open-source. With Premium, you can enjoy the benefits of a customized solution or training, whichever path you choose.

Catch up with the future.

Try on GitHub:

Request training & support today: s.r.o.
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Slovakia is a research & development company, based in Bratislava, Slovakia. We are focused on software development and research on network technologies. Open-source solutions, integration & support are part of our portfolio. is the largest contributor to the OpenDaylight project source-code. Our aim is to provide our customers with focused and deep expertise. We are aiming for the most efficient project management so that you don’t wait one day too long.

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