Plume and Samsung launch OpenSync Open Source Initiative

OpenSync is available under a BSD-3 open source license

Following the large-scale deployment of residential Wi-Fi services relying on its core elements, the cloud managed modern home services pioneer Plume, and the world’s largest consumer electronics manufacturer Samsung announced the formation of a new open source software initiative called OpenSync.

The initiative, whose elements have been deployed by Liberty Global, the world’s largest international TV and broadband company, Bell, Canada’s largest communications company, and Comcast, the largest broadband company in the US, creates a silicon, CPE, and cloud-agnostic approach for the curation, delivery and management of emerging residential services leveraging managed Wi-Fi.

As the key enabler of this initiative, Plume has open sourced its previously proprietary Plume Middle Layer (PML) software which has already been deployed in millions of homes globally to create the OpenSync framework. OpenSync operates across residential gateways, modems, routers, access points, extenders, set-top-boxes, IoT hubs, smart speakers and other Wi-Fi enabled CPEs to form a common cloud-to-hardware abstraction layer with open interfaces to cloud controllers.

The OpenSync framework allows for curation, rapid and scalable delivery, comprehensive back office management, and enhanced support of cloud-based services to the consumer.

OpenSync is available under a BSD-3 open source license, and brings an open and extensible framework to build cloud managed services. This framework is compatible with and leverages other open source initiatives and industry alliances such as RDK, OpenWRT and prpl.

OpenSync components have been pre-integrated into reference designs and SDKs from the industry’s leading silicon providers. OpenSync is compatible with and complimentary to the Wi-Fi Alliance’s Wi-Fi EasyMesh standard.


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