Twin Oaks Computing Newsletter Dec 2011

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Welcome to the Twin Oaks Computing, Inc Newsletter!

Our monthly newsletter brings you news and information about Twin Oaks Computing and our CoreDX DDS middleware. 2011 has been a great year for Twin Oaks. We are expanding as a company, and have a few surprises for you in the New Year. Check out some of our exciting news from the past month...

CoreDX DDS middleware used on NASA Lunar Rover

For this project, NASA needs a flexible, easy to port, Ethernet link: a way to “talk” with the system. Core DX DDS technology provides the solution: expediting communication between multiple nodes in equipment involved in processes such as command and control, distributed data processing, telemetry, status, and much more. Read more...

Twin Oaks Computing Goes Social

Twin Oaks Computing launches news social media and branding. As a part of our new re-branding campaign and effort to further solidify our position as a leader in DDS communications middleware, Twin Oaks Computing, Inc. has created company pages on a myriad of social media sites. Visit these sites often for details about new product releases, company news, technology trends and product information. Read more...

CoreDX DDS is the Middleware of Choice at KCTC

The Korean Combat Training Center (KCTC) has selected the CoreDX DDS middleware. The Korea Combat Training Center, partnering with SsangYong Information & Communications Corp. (SICC), uses CoreDX-DDS middleware for their data distribution. The goal of the software utilizing CoreDX DDS is to monitor and distribute combat data information between workstations (i.e. the field and the processing center). That information is then used to evaluate training and performance in real time on the battlefield. Read more...

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