OpenThread released by Google
OpenThread released by Google has been certified as a Thread Certified Component on the following platforms:
- Cascoda CA-8211
- Espressif ESP32-H2
- Nordic Semiconductor nRF52833
- Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840
- Nordic Semiconductor nRF5340
- NXP JN5189/88
- NXP K32W061/41
- Qorvo GP712
- Qorvo QPG6095
- Qorvo QPG6105
- Silicon Labs EFR32MG12
- Silicon Labs EFR32MG13
- Silicon Labs EFR32MG21
- STMicroelectronics STM32WB
- Texas Instruments CC1352
- Texas Instruments CC2538
- Texas Instruments CC2652
OpenThread's Thread Reference releases are available on GitHub, some of which are included with the GRL Thread Test Harness.
API documentation is available for the following Reference releases:
OpenThread Border Router
OTBR was certified using the following releases and commits:
|Repository||Release / Commit|
|OpenThread Border Router||
To use the complete certification environment for OTBR, specify the
commit as part of the OTBR setup
Certify with OpenThread
Other platforms running OpenThread, including NCP designs, can be certified as Thread Certified Components. OpenThread can also be used for a product certification, which carries the "Built on Thread" badge.
For more information about the difference between Thread and OpenThread as it relates to certification, see the Thread Group FAQ.
Certification indicates to customers that your product is fully Thread compliant, and that it works with other Thread products. Product certification is required to ship a product based on OpenThread, and to claim that a product supports Thread.
Certifying a product running OpenThread provides an added benefit, given that OpenThread itself is a Thread Certified Component. Certification time and costs are generally reduced, as the Thread Group's test houses are already familiar with OpenThread as a reference stack.
Certification testing is done with the GRL Thread Test Harness, available for download to Thread member companies. To increase the likelihood of a successful Thread certification using OpenThread, we recommend running and passing all certification tests in a local setup prior to submission to the Thread Group.