Plume® joined telecommunications industry leaders at Broadband World Forum 2018 to launch OpenSync™, an open source framework designed to leverage big data through AI for the provision of modern home services.
OpenSync Initiative Envisions Cloud-Managed Modern Services
As web and tech giants target the smart home — and at a time when revenue from the traditional mainstays of voice, video and data comes under pressure — service providers must act quickly to defend their turf. Moor Insights & Strategy’s Mark Vena illustrates how industry leaders have geared up for the future and are leveraging the OpenSync framework to benefit from a common, intelligent and highly scalable cloud services delivery platform.
OpenSync provides a common software framework that scales across all CPEs to interface with any cloud, delivering innovation, choice and flexibility to service providers. Read the latest blog from Plume co-founder and product lead Adam Hotchkiss to learn how the OpenSync framework provides the critical building blocks to accelerate service delivery from the cloud.
"Over the last few decades, the needs of the consumers shifted from Internet connectivity in order to be productive, to performance for uninterrupted entertainment and around the clock social engagement," said Fahri Diner, co-founder and CEO of Plume. "Driven by the influx of smart devices flowing into our homes, the next decade is all about personalization and cross-platform experiences."
Plume is the pioneer of Adaptive WiFi, the world’s first self-optimizing Wi-Fi delivering a reliable and consistent internet experience to every corner of the home through the invention of Wi-Fi Pods and SuperPods. The Plume Cloud enables the most advanced and resilient home Wi-Fi solution because of its ability to dynamically adapt and respond to changing network conditions. An open-source common software, OpenSync can be integrated into third-party hardware for connection to the Plume Cloud. Plume’s intelligent, AI-driven platform enables a rich set of modern consumer services for the home that can run on third-party hardware platforms and be deployed at massive scale.