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ISPApp Cloud Management Software Adds Instant Value

Cloud network management software with ISPApp will make your equipment quicker to deploy, easier to manage, more secure, and more functional.

from scratch Our platform is purpose built from the ground up Improves usability Our software simplifies deployment and useability Interoperable Embedded Linux, REST APIs
Enhances performance Replaces legacy management software on your devices Secured by TLS Complete end-to-end encryption Private cloud Combining the security of self-hosted with the versatility of the cloud
Lightweight Frees up resources on devices and network
Totally Secure No open ports means no attack surface for hackers
Quick & Easy Setup Makes it easy for end-users and admins to configure your hardware
Performance Optimization Historical and real-time metrics to optimize device performance
Cloud Native Built cloud first for scaling, interoperability and efficiency gains
Server APIs ISPApp’s public application programming interfaces (APIs) allow network operators to programmatically control your devices without needing to build API access to the devices
Clean migration path to modern technologies
Legacy protocols
Backwards compatible with TR-069 CWMP and SNMP
Modern technologies
Cloud, Go, C, WebSockets, TLS, JSON
By pre-installing the ISPApp Linux client software package on your hardware you can provide your customers with a complete end-to-end cloud management solution. Your customers will be able to easily set up and manage your devices and integrate your devices into their existing networks.
cloud management platform
Your customers want a complete cloud management solution that is simple to set up and easy to use. They want to be able to manage all their devices in one place and they want to be able to easily provision new devices to grow their businesses.
Hardware is hard
ISPApp already built a complete cloud management solution that is easy to integrate with your hardware.
The ISPApp client software package runs on the network devices and collects their performance data of the device including data about the network interfaces, processor, memory, disk, temperature, and environment. The clients send the performance data to the private servers of the network operators on scheduled intervals using secure browser protocols like WebSocket Secure and HTTPS. When the private servers receive requests from the devices the servers keep the connections open so they can send commands and control the devices in real-time.
-ISPApp’s cloud management software instantly adds value to your hardware.-
ISPAPP Makes Wi-Fi Simple
ISPApp solves universal frustrations with Wi-Fi:
Change the Wi-Fi Name and Password Securely and Easily
Changing Wi-Fi network names and passwords should be easy and now it is!
With ISPApp the end-users can simply scan a QR code and enter the Wi-Fi name and password. It is that easy!
Wireless Wi-Fi Name: Wi-Fi Password: Home Sweet Home ******** Show Advanced
Wi-Fi Signal vs Internet Connectivity We believe quickly identifying and solving Wi-Fi and internet connectivity problems is good for subscribers, good for network operators, and good for device manufacturers. ISPApp plots performance data about local Wi-Fi conditions and upstream internet connectivity and makes it easy to identify the source of Wi-Fi performance problems. ISPApp gives the subscribers and support staff the same information to facilitate productive conversations about how to resolve Wi-Fi performance problems. Local Wi-Fi problems are easily fixed by adding more Wi-Fi coverage, switching channels, or upgrading equipment. Internet connectivity problems are solved by replacing or upgrading the equipment, upgrading the service plan, or repairing upstream connectivity problems.
An Easy Value Add
Pre-installing the ISPApp client on your network equipment will give your network operators and end-users a much better experience when choosing your products.
Big Possibilities, Small Package
We built a lightweight compiled C binary client package that can run on almost any device. The source code is available here:
https://github.com/ispapp/ispapp-linux-client
Add Instant Value To Your Product ISPApp instantly enhances the functionality of your equipment and lowers the total cost of ownership. Network operators will be able to more easily provision, configure, and optimize the performance of your equipment which will increase their overall satisfaction with your product When a customer buys one of your devices they simply scan a QR code which associates the device with the customer’s private dashboard. The customer will then be able to set up and manage the device from their online dashboard.
Add Instant Value To Your Product
ISPApp built an extremely lightweight compiled C client package that runs on network devices like routers, switches, backhaul radios, optical line terminals, gateways and Wi-Fi access points. Our client gathers useful performance data (CPU, memory, disk, network, environmental) about the device and sends the data back to the central server using the WebSocket Secure protocol. We built the server API using Go to optimize for network performance and concurrency. This architecture allows for real-time bi-direcitonal control, not just monitoring. No more SNMP, static IP configurations, exposed ports, lost or orphaned devices, VPN tunnels, PPPoE, RADIUS, TR-069, IPv6, ect. It greatly simplifies network architecture and device management.
ISPApp is an enterprise cloud management platform for embedded devices. We built a lightweight WebSocket Secure client package in compiled C that uses very few local and network resources. ISPApp’s dashboard allows network operators to have real-time configuration and control of their devices and simplifies the provisioning of new devices and lowers the total cost of ownership associated with each device.
By installing our compiled client package on your devices at your factory you will allow your customers to easily provision and configure the devices upon purchase. The customer simply connects the device to the internet and scans a QR code. The device then connects to their own private dashboard where they can see real-time and historical performance data and configure and control the device.
Modern: Cloud native, public API based, built from scratch Purpose built: Focused on improving usability and network performance Secure: WebSockets Secure with TLS Data privacy and ownership: Private cloud architecture Lightweight: Compiled C, frees up resources on devices Scales: Server built from scratch in Go for concurrent processing No Big Tech dependencies: Worldwide appeal, low platform risk