Jungo, a Calif.-based NDS Group company and a provider of gateway and remote management solutions for broadband home service offerings, says its OpenRG residential gateway software, deployed in 40 million broadband gateway devices, is in its sixth generation: OpenRG version 6.

“With this latest release, service providers and CPE vendors can take advantage of extensive IPv6 support, certified DLNA digital media server, cellular WAN support, Broadband Forum’s next generation TR-181 data model, parental control service integration and more,” the company adds.

OpenRG version 6 allows for  operation in mixed IPv4 and IPv6 environments; the dual stack router solution allows operators to upgrade their networks gradually, without needing to modify or replace their CPE.

Notes CEO Eran Rom, “Broadband service providers realize that to face the digital home challenge they need to provide seamless connectivity, compelling connected home services and a unified end user experience across services. Our goal is to best serve service providers with a platform that enables simple service creation and support while integrating the latest broadband networking standards and technologies.”

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