Twin Oaks Computing Partners with the University of Adelaide

DIG is exploring the use of different middleware within DRE systems, including the use of different implementations of the OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) within defence DRE environments. Our work in System Execution Modelling looks at how we can better understand the potential performance of DRE systems from the application modelling stage, and involves executing models annotated with workload information on top of industry standard middleware and hardware to gather early performance data. CoreDX, produced by TwinOaks, is an implementation of DDS designed for small footprint devices, and so is well-suited to our experimentation with models on small devices such as Android tablets, and Gumstix.

Twin Oaks have released a statement regarding our new partnership:

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