Open Source Foundation
The prpl Foundation is an open-source, community-driven, collaborative, non-profit foundation that strives to enable the security and interoperability of embedded devices.
The prpl Foundation builds collaborative contributions from the best minds in security, chip and stack design, carrier and mobile communications design, enterprise and storage systems, consumer applications, and much more.
prpl Foundation Working Groups
A collaborative effort to build the software framework to get from chips to data.
prpl Foundation Members
The prpl Foundation is backed by leading companies in all of these domains. Thank you for helping us making the open source world more secure and reliable.
prpl Foundation News
Las Vegas, January 11, 2022 – The prpl Foundation, an organization dedicated to open-source and open-APIs for carrier-grade CPE, today announced the completion of its 2021 acceleration effort with the official release of the prplOS v2 software platform. prplOS is the reference platform upon which prpl’s other platform-independent assets combine to form its prplWare open-source software suite. […]
Framingham, Massachusetts, 05 January 2021: prpl Foundation today announced that Amazon Web Services (AWS) has joined its board. The announcement aims to help standardize cloud-based application orchestration to manage the life cycles of containerized software components for next-generation customer-premises equipment (CPE) software stacks. This will enable service providers to more easily scale operations through the […]
QA Cafe and prpl Foundation join forces to expand automated self-testing for prplWare broadband gateways and Wi-Fi routers
Dover, N.H., USA – A new partnership between QA Cafe and prpl Foundation will expand the performance and security for broadband Wi-Fi routers and gateways with enhanced automated testing. QA Cafe’s CDRouter test solution for broadband, enterprise edge and Wi-Fi gateways provides repeatable, automated testing of prplWare open-source CPE software that can be easily replicated […]