Our Evolution

We have a flexible, and powerful framework that can take your technology solutions to the next level. Light Speed Solutions can help you reduce your development timelines and business costs. 

  • 2021

    Finally, Jason Moore completed Light Speed Framework 6.0 and for the first time was ahead of curve as at that time only the preview release of .NET 6 and EF Core 6 had been released. There had been many challenges since the structure of Visual Studio 2022 is different from its predecessor and many extensions had to be re-written to make them viable for Visual Studio 2022.

  • 2020

    Light Speed Framework 5.0 made it live with .NET 5 and EF Core 5 which saw the performance gains from EF Core enhancements. The Kendo UI has been updated with their latest components and the enterprise-ready framework proved itself as four of our older customers migrated their software to this release and saw an immediate performance advantages

  • 2019

    While managing to stay up to date with .NET Core as Microsoft had been going thru their revisions, Light Speed Framework 4.0 was built from the ground up with the sole focus to keep it light. Rather than including all the features, the new architecture was to build a light framework but provide the ability to swap components easily. This was the first product which used .NET Core 3.1 with EF Core 3 with as little overhead as possible. Dependency Injection (DI) became the standard way of development.

  • 2016

    As much as we were ready to launch our framework, Microsoft updated their roadmap and .NET Core came up in discussions as their new focus and Jason Moore had to revisit the drawing board to get started (again).

  • 2013

    Jason Moore re-engineered their framework from scratch and delivered Light Speed Framework 3.0 that was purely based on Microsoft Visual Studio and Entity Framework ORM. The performance was unparalleled to the older frameworks. The introduction of HTML5 components and Dashboards made our framework an instant hit.

  • 2011

    While Microsoft had been teasing with their roadmap of .NET MVC platform, Light Speed Solutions started focusing on using industry standard tools (Visual Studio) & technologies (ORM – Object Relationship Model).

  • 2010

    Light Speed Framework 2.0 was introduced which expanded on Grid functionality so that each user can have their customized view of data. Another feature of the framework was the introduction of multi-tenant model as the demand for SaaS had started to mature. Most of the metadata we are using in our latest version was introduced in Light Speed Framework 2.0.

  • 2008

    As client demand increased, the official version of Light Speed Framework 1.0 was completed that introduced a single grid model and additional features to improve coding efficiency. The team realized that the focus has to be more on the run-time updates as some small design-time updates can take weeks to be deployed in the enterprise world.

  • 2006

    Jason Moore and Akesh Gupta met and discovered that their synergies are a good fit for the custom software market. Later that year, the beta version of Light Speed Framework was built to introduce run-time design capabilities and replace native .NET controls with Telerik components into Iron Speed Designer which provided more scalability with limited resources.

  • 2005

    As software demand started to increase and it was hard for customers to understand that a networking company can also write software, Akesh Gupta started Light Speed Solutions and started focusing on mid-size custom software market

  • 2004

    Akesh Gupta discovered an upcoming startup Iron Speed Designer which catapult their business to next level as the product helped their company won few enterprise-level bids

  • 2002

    Akesh Gupta joined Mary Ann Skrezec and they launched Light Speed Networks, an infrastructure and custom software company to help broader range of customers

  • 2000

    During the Y2K rollover and start of the internet boom, Akesh Gupta assisted many organizations with their custom software to fill the void in the industry

  • 1998

    Akesh Gupta decided to go solo and started offering infrastructure solutions to SMB market in the metro New York

  • 1995

    After five years building products for the utilities industry, Akesh Gupta ventured into infrastructure industry starting with Novell & Microsoft and within two year he had all the certifications Microsoft had to offer at that time. His passion for sharing the knowledge made him one of the most popular Microsoft Certified Trainer

  • 1990

    As Akesh Gupta was graduating from Northwestern University, his interest shifted from Mechanical Engineering into Software Development and he started working as a junior software developer using ADABAS/NATURAL for a consulting organization

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