Axiros Announces Major Upgrade to Its TR-069 DMP Stack with AXACT 3.0
MUNICH, MU: Axiros, one of the leading device management and IoT solution vendors for service providers, enterprises, and OEMs, announced the up gradation of its AXACT TR-069 protocol stack. With the release of the third generation of the product, Axiors aims at improved in-memory implementation of the data model enabling better performance and vastly increasing flexibility, paving the way for future extensions, IoT and full modularity.
With innovative features including, easy combination of multiple data models, Overlaying data models with diverse data mapping functions per parameter, dynamic enabling/disabling of parts of the data model and components providing their own part of the data model, Programmatic modifications of the data model, and Data model introspection, the AXACT 3.0’s data model structure has been extended. “We developed AXACT 3.0 to allow our customers another level of performance management and flexibility as they execute device management and monitoring functions,” commented Mr. Daniel Egger, Axiros AXACT Product Manager.
As Axiros has kept the actual existing data mapping intact, existing customers can upgrade with minimal effort adding up to its features. The enhanced features of AXACT allows TR-069 stack to be used to provide business benefits in environments and for industry use cases which until now were not fully exploited, including enterprise and IoT devices. With this update, service providers can now include all of the connected customers and services under a single uniform management umbrella. “The ability to add and remove desired functionality puts them in control of the data module for their own services as well as their customers,” added Egger.
Founded in 2002, Axiros is a global leader in IoT, M2M, TR-069 and device management, providing software solutions and platforms to service providers and equipment manufacturers worldwide to manage IoT-ize devices. Headquartered in Munich, Axiros has sales and service offices and development centers worldwide, so as needs change, Axiros will always be close by to deliver.
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