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Network stacks development

We have been working with communication protocols since the 1990s when Auriga engineers, for example, participated in the convergence of SCO UnixWare 2.1/OpenServer 5.0.5 network stacks into the SCO UnixWare 7 network stack. Since then, we have performed a large number of networking projects, including the development of network device drivers, kernel-level networking protocols, complex networking applications, and user-level networking protocols. The following are examples of some of the projects we’ve performed:

  • Network device drivers or similar kernel components for Linux, Windows (NDIS drivers), VxWorks, LynxOS, OSE, various flavors of UNIX, and several firmware frameworks
  • Two implementations of ARP/IP/UDP/TFTP stacks for boot/startup monitors from scratch plus re-design of yet another third-party implementation of a similar stack
  • Embedded DHCP, SNMP, and HTTP clients and servers, embedded implementation of RMCP protocol
  • State-of-the-art network-testing (including performance-testing and -optimization) tools
  • Remote access and configuration tools and over-the-network OS loaders for several different projects
  • Network drivers and system-level components for virtual networks over telecom chassis backplane buses
  • Several BSPs for embedded Oss, including development of network drivers

Auriga does much more than work with traditional TCP/IP stacks and develop network device/NDIS miniport drivers. We also develop software that deals with communication stacks, protocols, and applications for Bluetooth, ZigBee, CAN, GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS, CDMA, WiFi, WiMAX, RTP/RTCP, RTSP, SIP, MGCP, H.323, SS7, MTPx, SCCP / TCAP / MAP, SIGTRAN, RADIUS, and DIAMETER.

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