When you have common interfaces and common protocols, everyone can innovate and interoperate. Companies can build their businesses, consumers can expand their choices, technology moves forward faster, and users get more benefit ...
— Craig Barrett (former CEO intel)

As an industry leader, Axiros helps drive global standards and innovation. Our team is actively involved in the following organizations.


 

Broadband Forum

Broadband Forum, a non-profit industry organization, is focused on smarter engineering and faster broadband networks. The Forum’s flagship TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol has now exceeded 350 million installations worldwide.


TM Forum

TM Forum is the global member association for digital business. We provide a platform for hundreds of global members across a wide range of industries – communications, technology, cities and municipal government, finance, healthcare, and so on –  to collaborate and partner to co-create, prototype, deliver, and monetize innovative digital services for their billions of customers.


RDK

The RDK is a standardized software stack with localization plugins created to accelerate the deployment of next-gen video products and services by multichannel video providers (MVPDs). It enables MVPDs to standardize certain elements of these products and devices such as set-top boxes, gateways, and converged devices, and to easily customize the applications and user experiences that ride on top. It sits below the MVPD application and services layer and provides a common interface to SoC’s, acting as a universal SoC adapter. This standardized stack provides a common method to manage complex video functions such as tuning, conditional access, DRM, and stream management.


DLMS/COSEM


Automatic Meter Reading, or more general - Demand Side Management - needs universal definitions, needs communication standards. DLMS/COSEM is the common language so that the partners can understand each other.


BREKO e.V.

The Bundesverband Breitbandkommunikation eV (BREKO) represents the majority of German fixed-line competitors who currently account for more than 60 percent of the competitive expansion with direct fiber-optic connections (FTTB / FTTH).  Since its foundation in 1999, BREKO has been successful in the infrastructure competition in the German telecommunications market. The more than 270 BREKO companies, including more than 155 cities and regional carriers and municipalities, provide metropolitan areas and "white spots" with high-performance glass fiber connections. To this end, they invested nearly 1.9 billion euros in 2015, generating sales of around 8 billion euros. BREKO companies thus make a decisive contribution to the nationwide expansion of glass fiber as well as the achievement of the broadband targets of the Federal Government.


 

BUGLAS

BUGLAS combines knowledge, competence and the decision-making power of a wide range of different players from the worlds of politics, regulation, business and science, with the combined expertise of advancing glass fiber-based broadband development in Germany.