The Case For TR-369 (USP)

What Is TR-369?

TR-369 - User Services Platform (USP)

Telcos and Service Provider do need a way to bootstrap, upgrade, manage and monitor the new world of connected devices. Broadband Forum laid out the CPE WAN Management | TR-069 protocol back in 2004 already - with more than one billion deployments nowadays. TR-369 | User Service Platform (USP) has been designed and built as an evolution of TR-069 - leveraging all the experience and knowledge from the past. TR-369 | USP represents the industry de facto standard for Device Lifecycle Management.

Major USP / TR-369 Management Functions

  • Lifecycle Management of connected residential devices (service provisioning, device authentication, device configuration)

  • Device Upgradability for firmware updates, security patches and software extensions

  • Bringing newly installed or purchased devices Into Service

  • Status Monitoring and Alert Management of connected devices, services, and home network links

  • QoS and QoE Monitoring of home ecosystem service parameters

TR-369 / USP Features & Benefits

Source: Broadband Forum

USP / TR-369 Use Cases

Axiros As A Contributor To USP /TR-369

As a long-standing member of the Broadband Forum, Axiros is following and driving the standardization of CWMP (TR-069) and USP (TR-369) with significant contributions over the years.

Download the white paper (pdf) and learn how TR-369 supports Managed WiFi and Managed Smart Home.

Managing The Connected Home: Discovering Device Capabilities Using USP

Join Axiros and the Broadband Forum Connected Home Council for an in-depth technical look at how can we accurately and automatically discover the capabilities of manageable devices.


Broadband World Forum 2019 BASe Connected Home Workshop: Vodafone, CommScope, QA Cafe, Domos, Axiros, and KAONMEDIA talk about the evolutions of the Connecte...
Broadband World Forum 2019 Interop Pavilion: Vodafone, Domos, and Axiros share a Services as a USP Extension Demonstration

Our TR-369 Based Product


All Axiros products can be deployed and operated “On-Premises” or “as a Service”.