Next generation networks for enterprises with flexible, vendor independent building blocks that enables rapid service provisioning, modern network monitoring, extreme performance and scaling together with drastically improved TCO.
Unifying the power of Software Defined Networking, Network Function Virtualization and Cloud Solutions using openly designed bare metal hardware guarantees a completely transparent enterprise networking than expensive proprietary solutions.
The next generation networking devices can be integrated in small building blocks which can operate seamlessly with traditional boxes. Step by step our design can take over the entire network for exploiting the full potential of the architecture.
Translating business polices into IT policies is a non-trivial issue in current networks due to the heterogeneity of devices, the required professional knowledge to configure and maintain them properly, and the continuous change of the infrastructure
Planning the scale-up and scale-down of the product on business demand is especially hard due to the diversity and high cost of network hardware devices
Evaluating new network services is very hard since the features are coupled into the hardware elements which is dependent on the vendors' development cycle
Synchronizing the different devices (routers, firewalls, VPN gateways, etc.) that are required to cooperate with each other in order to answer nowadays security challenges is difficult and error-prone
Visibility and ease-of-management
Lacking of single logical view of the whole network is a real pain since performance, configuration and fault management are only incrementally improved since the '90s
After two years as a network system engineer, Péter decided to pursue a PhD degree in telecommunication at BME. He spent five years in researching the upcoming networking technologies and now he is dedicated to bring these trends to the market. Currently he is responsible for business development and strategic planning of LeanNet.
Dávid is currently finishing his PhD in telecommunication at BME.
Since he also finished the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Doctoral School organised by EIT Digital, he decided to
switch into business and co-found LeanNet together with Péter.
Currently he is responsible for technology and software development of LeanNet.