Twin Oaks Computing Announces Over 500,000 Deployments of CoreDX DDS

November 6, 2014 Earlier this year Twin Oaks Computing reached a big milestone. In the first half of 2014, over 500,000 deployments of CoreDX DDS were in use in commercial products all over the world, and that number continues to climb.

Years ago we noticed a wide variety of operating systems and environments being used in software development efforts: Windows, Android, Linux, QNX, INTEGRITY, and ThreadX. From high availability servers to FPGAs and DSPs, these operating systems communicate data differently, which translates into an expensive problem when projects were required to exchange information between diverse systems, costing precious time, money, and resources.

We saw and continue to see CoreDX DDS as a solution to this problem, and we’re thankful you see it too. Crossing this milestone of 500,000 deployments is proof CoreDX DDS is the answer. CoreDX DDS is the leading small-footprint DDS Middleware available in an easy-to-use, cross-platform, cross-language Inter-Process Communication (IPC) library.

Based on open standards for guaranteed interoperability and long term viability, CoreDX DDS is the preferred IPC for a wide variety of distributed software programs: from mobile games and consumer electronic devices to surgical equipment, health care applications, complex DoD systems and robots working in space.

As we celebrate our first 500,000 deployments, and look forward to the next 500,000, to our customers we say: Thank you!