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ProSyst and Intel team up for smart home middleware integration

ProSyst and Intel team up for smart home middleware integration
ProSyst Software teams up with Intel to integrate its OSGi based smart home middleware mBS Smart Home on a Puma 6 Gateway by Intel, which is especially tailored to the demands of telecommunications providers.
ProSyst offers open standards based, modular and neutral software platforms for managing connected devices and implementing innovative cloud-based apps and services. Last year, Intel laid the foundation for its own smart home platform for service providers with the volume deployment of Puma 6 gateways.
ProSyst mBS Smart Home is the middleware stack for Smart Home gateways, STBs, CPEs, Femtos, DOCSIS Cable gateways and control panels. The features include:
Optimizes and certifies implementation of an OSGi framework/container
HGI SWEX (Software Modularity) compliant and tested
TR-069 and TR-157 based remote management agent, incl. service and application lifecycle management
Home network connectivity supporting Z-Wave, ZigBee, DECT ULE, EnOcean, UPnP, KNX, X10, IP Cameras, Bluetooth LE, wMBus
Device abstraction layer
Scalable home automation rules engine for scripted automation scenarios (scenario manager)
Web server and web framework for rich web based interfaces
Sophisticated resource management support, enhancing runtime robustness and reliability
Update and restart manager
Intelligent, extensible native watchdog agent.
Rich remote access capabilities (Java, JCA, JMS, Web Services (SOAP, REST), JSON-RPC)

On the Intel Puma6 gateway, mBS Smart Home runs virtualized in a container under utilization of the underlying platforms’ Atom CPU virtualization technology– this enables additional security and separation of different vertical applications.
“We are very pleased to work with Intel,” said Daniel Schellhoss, Founder and EVP at ProSyst. “The market is ready for open, extendable and future proof platforms that allow a variety of innovative apps and services around security, home monitoring, home automation, energy efficiency and aging in place to be deployed – and Intel is offering a great gateway for that.“
“ProSyst is an excellent addition to the open ecosystem that we are developing around Intel solutions for IoT. Their Smart Home middleware expands the choices for our customers to deploy apps and services for the home,” said Martin Despain, Director of Smart Home, the Internet of Things division at Intel. Service providers, solution providers and application partners benefit from a reduction in the project risk and a decreased time-to-market through the collaboration of both companies.
Source: ProSyst

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