Linux-based development for embedded devices including open source solutions, tailor-made Linux applications, custom Linux kernel ports and Web UI/UX implementations.
Open Source

Sartura has a strong presence and history of active contributions in several open source projects, most notably OpenWrt project and its derivatives. OpenWrt is an open source firmware designed for embedded devices that is highly extensible and enables both users and customers to install a powerful, highly customizable variant of Linux on their routers.

Part of Sartura’s portfolio is available under permissive open source licenses which are then shared on a wider level. By doing this, Sartura takes part in enriching and strengthening the Open Source community.

Rocket CWMP

CPE WAN Management Protocol is a technical specification of a BroadBand Forum designed for remote governing of Customer Premises Equipment. Sartura has a long-lasting experience and history working on CWMP involving projects, sharing recommendations regarding those projects, as well as providing training and education to customers.

In response to a growing market gap concerning a CWMP carrier grade feature and a quality, turn-key and production-ready solution in the open source world of today, Sartura has developed Rocket CWMP, a premium management software designed to match carrier requirements.


A long-present issue faced by Telecom operators is one of reducing operational and configuration data management costs which stem from the divergence of configuration styles that applications use. As a standardized data model set aimed specifically for network configuration, NETCONF/YANG enables significant cuts and improvements on current workload costs for managing existing configurations or providing new services.

Open Source

Continuous integration is a very important requirement in order to optimize the processes of building images. is a hosted continuous integration service for GitHub and BitBucket that monitors code for bugs. Using enables users to set up projects to automatically build, test and deploy as changes are made to the code. Also, it can be used as a service or set up on custom servers. By doing so, we have lowered the amount of time core developers need to spend on reviewing certain changes within their projects.

Sartura has been using CI in-house for private and public projects and has delivered the same solution to some of our customers.