Having attended the SDN & OpenFlow World Congresses in 2014 and 2015 in Dusseldorf as a visitor, we are delighted to be back, in The Hague this year, as an exhibitor.

The Iricent journey as a company founded two years ago, (just in time for SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in 2014) mirrors in many respects the industry developments that are showcased at the congress over recent years. As SDN & NFV move from concepts, use cases and proof of concepts to hardened reality in the form of market ready products and services, we have been on a parallel path.

Today at SDN & OpenFlow World Congress 2016 we have launched our first commercial product: APNOS.

Iricent APNOS is an OpenDaylight based application which enables end user enterprises to take advantage of cloud based feature rich networking functionality including network access control, prioritisation and optimisation without having to care about the complexity of the underlying technology or the costs of pre-SDN / NFV solutions.

We are especially proud to have achieved the “Powered by OpenDaylight” registration for APNOS.  The “Powered by OpenDaylight ” trademark extends an OpenDaylight Project “seal of approval” to products built on the OpenDaylight platform by maintaining technical standards and by setting expectations for user experience across OpenDaylight-based products.

If you’re attending SDN & OpenFlow World Congress 2016 we’d be delighted to have you drop by for a chat  – we’re upstairs – Booth 109.