AVSystem News –Singapore, 6 December, 2016

AVSystem’s solutions – Coiote and libLWM2M – placed themselves among the best Server and Client results during the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) TestFest held in October 2016.

Being an active member of the Open Mobile Alliance , AVSystem once again decided to participate in the OMA TestFest Event to support the process of ensuring the quality of OMA specifications and to enable verification and tests of the interoperability of vendors’ product implementations.

In January 2016, AVSystem participated in the previous event held in San Diego, achieving top results. Thus, it was no surprise, that with 96 passed test cases, AVSystem Coiote and libLWM2M (Embedded LWM2M library) once again achieved excellent results during both Server and Client tests. Singapore TestFest used test scenarios defined in OMA-ETS-LightweightM2M-V1_0-20151208-C as a reference. Additional scenarios for testing security and Bootstrap Interface were also executed successfully.

“Considering forthcoming LWM2M 1.0 release, the interoperability testing and technical collaboration between different vendors seem key factors affecting future adoption of LWM2M standard in IoT environment” – says Wojciech Czech, CTO at AVSystem.“We were glad to have an opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss our solution with colleagues working in the IoT area. We are sure that the technical quality and robustness of the LWM2M protocol will make it become a leading technology of IoT in coming years.”

AVSystem Coiote is a comprehensive IoT Platform for M2M device management, orchestration and monitoring. The platform fully supports M2M protocols such as the OMA LWM2M, MQTT and TR-069. This, together with extended virtualization capabilities, enables the integration of a variety of connected devices and simplified deployment and management of new M2M services. Coiote’s key features include extended virtualization capabilities, easy coordination of collective device behaviour and integration with any external system thanks to an event bus compatible with ESB service architecture.

AVSystem libLWM2M is a LWM2M client library (C language) prepared specifically for integration with constrained devices. The library has proprietary CoAP implementation and is compatible with LWM2M 1.0 release candidate.

Achieving such good results twice, undoubtedly confirms AVSystem’s products to be fully secure and compliant with the OMA LWM2M specification.

The results from both TestFest that AVSystem took part in can be found here: https://github.com/OpenMobileAlliance/OMA_LwM2M_for_Developers/wiki/Product-Listing.

About OMA TestFest

The Open Mobile Alliance Interoperability Testing Events, known as ‘OMA TestFests’ allow companies to bring their implementations of OMA specifications to test in multiple multi-vendor combinations. OMA is known to be the leading industry forum for developing market driven, interoperable mobile service enablers. It was formed by the world’s leading mobile operators, device and network suppliers, information technology companies and content providers as the industry focal point for the development of mobile service enabler specifications.

The main OMA Enabler that was tested during last two OMA TestFests was LightWeight Machine to Machine Enabler (LWM2M), a device management protocol designed for sensor networks and the demands of a machine-to-machine (M2M) environment. This enabler, developed by OMA, targets constrained devices in the Internet of Things, IoT.

The TestFest is open to any organization including both OMA members and non-members for testing client or server implementations of LWM2M, as well as any OMA Enabler.

About AVSystem

AVSystem is an expert in large scale solutions for Telco operators. The company’s product portfolio, primarily focused solely on device management and monitoring solutions (TR-069, LWM2M), is constantly evolving and currently contains also M2M and IoT service delivery platforms, WiFi value-added service platforms and other systems for SDN and NFV. AVSystem actively participates in the standardization process of the upcoming LWM2M standard to enable secure device management and service orchestration in the Internet of Things ecosystem. 70+ large Telco operators worldwide prove the superiority of AVSystem’s technology.