I can tell you still haven't taken the time to learn the basics of OpenWrt nor that of modern networking. I would suggest https://openwrt.org/docs/start and, in particular https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-developer/build-system/start as well as a course on networking.
Your aspirations have been well-described in your previous posts, that have already been referred to in the search link above. The only confusion appears to be on your part. I am not at all confused by either your intended approach, nor that you have repeatedly made the error of utilizing this forum as a way of promoting a commercial endeavor that has no apparent benefit to the OpenWrt community. Searching your company's public materials reveal that it is now only a mailing address and that it has a history of trying to bring to market proprietary, closed networking solutions.
I am willing to provide specific, OpenWrt-related guidance consistent with your claim that you hold an MIT degree and the intelligence and skill set that I would typically associate with someone with those credentials. You will need to rise to that level.