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InnoRoute receives funding from the BMBF

InnoRoute is proud to announce its participation in the BMBF program “KMU-Innovationsoffensive IKT”. The BMBF wants to fund the innovation potential of small and medium sized enterprises (SME) in the area of frontier research. Particularly the IKT branch is strongly shaped by SMEs, they make up 90% of the enterprises in Germany. With the help of the funding IKT shall be established on the market.

InnoRoute desires to contribute with the development of its Flow engine. Addressing the access part of the telecom network in MDUs and DSLAMs as well as base-station backhauling, this highly innovative solution enables system manufacturers to reduce cost and complexity compared to common network processor approaches. The InnoRoute FlowEngine IR-FExG is an Ethernet packet processor core element that is used to extend the functionality of a standard layer-2 Ethernet switch to provide G.999.1 connectivity over Gigabit-Ethernet interfaces, ATM AAL5 segmentation and reassembly for legacy ADSL operation and a highly innovative QoS functionality based on InnoRoute FlowShaper architecture.

 For more information visit us at: www.innoroute.de/ip-cores

About InnoRoute

 InnoRoute is a provider of highly innovative packet processing technology enabling the next and future generations of telecom carrier and service provider networks. The InnoRoute flow engine architecture provides a combination of multi-Gigabit throughput and best-in-class Quality-of-Service (QoS) functionality. InnoRoute was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Munich, Germany.

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