Selected success stories

Dynimlabs designs and manufactures HDR video modules and intelligent software for video analysis, and pattern and shape recognition. Kaitotek provides Dynimlabs with design & development services to assist them in reaching their high standards.

KNL Network (Kyynel) develops and manufactures revolutionary HF-radio equipment, and offers a world-wide communications service, while also continuously designing new technologies. In their product development and testing, KNL also uses Kaitotek’s Qosium.

Bitfactor is one of our software consulting customers. Kaitotek carries out software development for BitFactor in Qt and Android Java.

We collaborate with Kide Systems and provide them software development services related to medical applications.

Qosium product development for international markets and new customer sectors is supported by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Qosium's predecessor, Qosmet, is deployed in two prototypes for European Space Agency. These prototypes were produced in projects led by VTT. In project UNISONO, Qosmet is used to provide precise QoS information on a satellite connection handover system for immersive telerobotic control traffic. In project QuoTe, Qosmet is integrated as part of telemedicine video system, collecting QoS information for various QoE models.

Finnish Internet operator Netplaza uses Qosium in their network.

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. uses Qosium in a wide variety of research and customer projects. Especially, their need for Qosium relates to their activities on developing new 5G technology and an open 5G testbed. 5G is not only about very high data rates, but it also aims to satisfy wireless communications requirements of a very large and heterogeneous application mix. Quality of Service management is essential to make this happen.”

Matkus

Qosium was used to make a survey of wireless networks in the Matkus Shopping Center. The survey gave information about the quality of networks of three Finnish cellular operators as well as shopping centers own wireless network.

A research laboratory in School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) (Phoenix, US), utilizes Qosium in a variety of communications and network research works.