About MG-SOFT Corporation
MG-SOFT Corporation, established in March 1990, is the world's leading supplier of NETCONF, SNMP, YANG, SMI and other network management applications, products, toolkits, technologies and turn-key solutions.
Our 27 years of professional experience in the network management area is a solid warranty that we deliver only products and solutions incorporating the latest available technologies and industry standards, which we made accessible through the most intuitive and customer proven graphical user interfaces. We deliver cost-effective, comprehensive, extreme-performance, robust and feature-rich products and solutions.
As of today, based on our vast experience in NETCONF, SNMP, YANG, SMI and other network management technologies, we provide major IT companies worldwide with our network management products and solutions, either in form of off-the-shelf shrink-wrapped ready-to-use products or with consulting services and custom made turn-key software products, solutions and/or services to support particular network management integration needs of our clients.
No matter which client is approaching us and with what particular needs, we
always do our best to make and keep our
clients happy with all products and all service that we deliver to them.
The following timeline chart shows a history of MG-SOFT Corporation, highlighting the major turning points in our corporation development and marks approximate launch dates of our software products.
|1990||MG-SOFT d.o.o. (MG-SOFT Corporation) has been established in March 1990, with headquarters in Ruše, Slovenia.|
|1992||We started specializing in network management and troubleshooting products, introducing a major software product, MONET LAN and Protocol Analyzer (a sniffer-like product) running on Microsoft DOS operating system. The product had been developed and marketed in cooperation with Abit Corporation from Tokyo, Japan.|
|1995|| Received an order from a major customer to develop a
robust SNMP network management system running on the new
Microsoft's 32-bit operating system, Windows NT 3.5.
This particular order was probably one of the most important turning points in the history of our company, as briefly described by the following facts:
|1996||Launched new products: WinMIB SDK and MIB Compiler.|
|1997||Launched new products: SNMP Master Agent and SNMP Easy Agent.|
|1998|| Started extending our WinSNMP API implementation with the SNMPv3 version, as the SNMPv3 standard was
evolving at IETF standardization body. At that time we passed
interoperability and conformance tests with other implementation
that existed at that time on other operating systems (IBM, SNMP
We added SNMPv3 support also to our other products, SNMP Master Agent, Net Inspector and MIB Browser Professional Edition.
In 2002, when IETF published the final SNMPv3 standard, we were already on the market with the fully compliant commercial release of the WinSNMP API implementation supporting SNMPv3 along with SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c protocols. Again, MG-SOFT produced the World's first 32-bit WinSNMP API implementation supporting the SNMPv3 protocol implementation. With that, MG-SOFT has gained the leading WinSNMP implementation supplier position in the industry.
|1999||Launched a new product: MG-SOFT Visual MIB Builder.|
|2000||Launched new products: MG-SOFT Trap Ringer Professional Edition and SNMP Easy Agent Source Code Template Generator.|
|2000||MG-SOFT's Net Inspector named a 2000 finalist by Network Computing for WELL-CONNECTED AWARD.|
|2001||Launched a new product: SNMP MIB Query Manager, the product later evolved into web based Performance Manager (2007) which finally got integrated with Net Inspector (2009).|
|2002||Launched a new product: MG-SOFT MIB Explorer.|
|2002|| Launched a whole product line designed to run on Linux operating systems
(MIB Browser Pro, Trap Ringer Pro, Net Inspector,...).
|2003||Extended the SNMPv3 protocol implementation with the DOCSIS/DH (RFC 2786) functional extension and the CFB-AES-128 (RFC 3826) privacy protocol, as they were introduced by the IETF's SNMPv3 standardization body.|
|2004||Launched a new product: Net Inspector SS7 Edition, which was made available only as an OEM version to our business partner for managing their SS7 telecommunication equipment products.|
|2005||Net Inspector becomes ITU X.733 compliant fault management system.|
|2007||Launched a new product: Performance Manager, a web based system supplementing the Net Inspector fault management system.|
|2007||Launched a new product: MG-SOFT Network Discovery Toolkit.|
|2008|| Launched a whole product line designed to run on Mac OS X operating systems
(MIB Browser Pro, Trap Ringer Pro,...).
|2009||Integration of Net Inspector and Performance Manager into a monolith Fault and Performance network management system.|
|2010||Launched new products: SNMP Agent Simulator and SNMP Proxy Agent products.|
|2010|| Launched a whole product line designed to run on Solaris operating systems
(MIB Browser Pro, Trap Ringer Pro,...).
|2010||Added NetFlow option to Net Inspector's Performance manager.|
|2011|| Added a new TLS/DTLS transport layer security extension
module to our SNMPv3 protocol implementation (RFC 6353). Interoperability
tests were successfully passed with another two known implementations,
Net-SNMP and SNMP Research, in order to support advancement of the
feature standardization process:
Our SNMP protocol implementation with this feature now serves as a reference implementation for other implementers.
|2011||Launched a brand new NETCONF/YANG product line, adding to our portfolio the following new products: NETCONF Browser, YANG Explorer and Visual YANG Designer.|
|2012||MG-SOFT joined the LEONE consortium to work on the "From global measurements to local management" EU-sponsored project.|
|2015||Support for NETCONF protocol over SSH2 with Public Key Authentication and TLS transport layers (RFC 5539).|
|2015||Launched a brand new NETCONF/YANG product, NETCONF/YANG Python Scripting System.|
|2015||LEONE project successfully concluded.|
|2016||Support for YANG 1.1 and YIN 1.1 (RFC 7950) in our NETCONF/YANG product line.|
|2017||Support for HMAC-SHA-2 Authentication Protocols in User-Based Security Model (USM) implemented in our SNMPv3 protocol implementation (RFC 7860).|
|2018||Support for the RESTCONF protocol (RFC 8040) with both, XML and JSON encoding of data (RFC 7951) in our NETCONF/YANG product line.|
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