RTI Data Distribution Service (Real-Time Innovations Inc)
Low latency, high throughput messaging solution
Low latency messaging - as fast as 65 microseconds between nodes High throughput - up to 80,000 messages or 950 megabits of data per second Embedded and real-time operating system support Most reliable, flexible and highest performing implementation of OMG DDS standard
RTI Data Distribution Service is low latency and high throughput messaging middleware for distributed and real-time applications. RTI Data Distribution Service allows applications to stream up to 950 megabits of data or 80,000 messages per second with inter-node latencies as low as 65 microseconds. These rates are 10 to 25 times faster than can be achieved with most implementations of the leading enterprise middleware standards, JMS and Web services. RTI Data Distribution Service complies with the Object Management Group (OMG) Data Distribution Service for Real-Time Systems standard (DDS).
RTI Data Distribution Service is field proven and is used in many time-critical and data-critical applications such air traffic control, mission-critical combat systems, financial transaction processing and industrial automation. It is used by developers who need a fast and flexible implementation of a data-centric publish-subscribe communication network that is transport, operating system, and programming language independent. By enabling designers to tune applications for the best combination of performance and resource usage, Quality of Service (QoS) parameters available in RTI Data Distribution Service offer unprecedented flexibility and communications control.
RTI Data Distribution Service supports real-time enterprise applications as well as embedded computer-based devices and sensors. It is available for over 44 platforms, including leading enterprise, embedded and real-time operating systems (RTOS). In addition to Java, C and C++ interfaces are provided to facilitate deployment in resource-constrained devices that cannot afford the memory or performance overhead of a Java virtual machine.
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