Boeing selects PrismTech’s OpenSplice DDS for US Air Force open mission systems project

OpenSplice DDS provides ubiquitous, high performance, scalable and real-time data sharing for mission-critical systems

Boston, MA, USA – November 7, 2013 – PrismTech™, a global leader in standards-based, performance-critical middleware, today announced that it is working with Boeing on an open mission systems project, sponsored by the US Air Force (USAF).  PrismTech is providing its OpenSplice™ DDS product line for the development and deployment of a Boeing high performance open systems messaging middleware.

PrismTech’s OpenSplice DDS is the leading (commercial and Open Source) implementation of the Object Management Group™’s (OMG™) Data Distribution Service (DDS) for Real-Time Systems standard.  OpenSplice DDS has been designed to optimally address the real-time information distribution and management challenges posed by high performance real-time data-processing systems.  OpenSplice DDS sets new levels of performance, robustness, scalability, fault-tolerance and portability (platform support).

“The utilization of DDS in the premier open architecture (OA) activity in the US Air Force, once again, shows the key role played by DDS in enabling high-performance, reconfigurable and expandable systems that are easier and more affordable to upgrade,” said Angelo Corsaro, PhD, CTO, PrismTech.  “We are delighted by Boeing’s selection of OpenSplice as the DDS implementation for their portion of this important OA effort; at the same time we are extremely pleased that our continued effort in developing the best in class technology for ubiquitous, high performance, scalable and real-time data sharing is helping companies to build better systems.”

Further information about OpenSplice DDS is available from PrismTech’s website at: http://www.prismtech.com/vortex/vortex-opensplice.

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