InnoRoute is mentioned in an Article (German) about the YouQoS project that appears in Funkschau together with 2 expert comments from Professor Andreas Kirstädter, University of Stuttgart , und Dirk Wieberneit from Lantiq.
The idea of the YouQos project is that data streams of the most important applications in a network will be prioritized. The user will determine what applications are currently important to him and thus increase its network experience substantially. The solution has the potential to solve the debate on network neutrality. After one year of runtime the two partners, the institute for communication networks and computing systems at the university of Stuttgart and the Munich-based start-up InnoRoute, have developed a concept that shows a solution that can be implemented step by step. The initial investment is comparably small and uses the network control protocol „OpenFlow“.
InnoRoute is an SME specialized in IP/Ethernet packet processing with a special focus on QoS. InnoRoute solutions target fixed and mobile networks, especially at the network edges, where fast fiber network backbone ends in many small bandwidth channels. Its products are IP cores for packet processing and network devices. InnoRoute strengths are HW/SW development with emphasis on FPGA, firmware, and board.