Aonix and Concurrent Sign Joint Marketing Agreement for Real-Time Linux with Java Software Solutions.
Companies Collaborate to Provide Richer and More Productive Software Engineering
BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom -- Aonix[R], the provider of the PERC PERC
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In computer science, real-time computing (RToC) is the study of hardware and software systems which are subject to a "real-time constraint"—i.e. market that desire modernization of their mission-critical software with Java technology. The memorandum of understanding A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is a legal document describing a bilateral or multilateral agreement between parties. It expresses a convergence of will between the parties, indicating an intended common line of action and may not imply a legal commitment. signed by the companies will culminate in the delivery of solutions from Aonix and Concurrent that will leverage the power of Aonix's PERC real-time virtual machine and tools on Concurrent's real-time Linux operating systems: SUSE[R] Linux Enterprise Real Time and RedHawk[TM] Linux[R].
First introduced nine years ago, PERC is the most widely used real-time Virtual Machine available for Java developers, with fielded installations in telecommunications, telematics, avionics, deep space exploration, and office automation applications. PERC supports a variety of target processors including PowerPC, XScale, ARM, and Intel x86 architectures. PERC Ultra is the industry-leading real-time virtual machine, featuring the predictable performance critically needed for complex embedded applications requiring J2SE (Java 2 platform, Standard Edition) See Java 2.
J2SE - Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition [TM] support. PERC Pico is a ground-breaking technology designed for hard real-time applications requiring fast execution, small footprint, and access to low-level devices, offering Java developers performance comparable to that of C/C C/C Center to Center
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Concurrent is a leading provider of time-critical Linux operating system technology and integrated computer solutions Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS) is a computer software company headquartered in Bedford, MA. They provide Graphic User Interface (GUI) development tools and professional services for UNIX and Linux platforms. for mission-critical applications. Concurrent's popular real-time Linux operating systems (SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time and RedHawk Linux), are rapidly becoming the de facto standard Hardware or software that is widely used, but not endorsed by a standards organization. Contrast with de jure standard.
de facto standard - A widespread consensus on a particular product or protocol which has not been ratified by any official standards body, such as ISO, in real-time computing for those looking to stay ahead of the curve in this constantly evolving age of information delivery. RedHawk Linux is compatible with Red Hat[R] Enterprise Linux 4. SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time is the real-time version of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) is a Linux distribution supplied by Novell, targeted at the business market. It is targeted for servers, but can be installed on Desktop computers for testing as well. New versions are released at an interval of 18-24 months. 10. Both provide fast response to external events, optimized interprocess communication with high I/O (Input/Output) The transfer of data between the CPU and a peripheral device. Every transfer is an output from one device and an input to another. See PC input/output.
I/O - Input/Output throughput needed for time-critical applications and a guarantee that user applications can respond to external events in less than 30 microseconds on a dedicated processor.
"Aonix PERC meets the stringent requirements of resource-constrained or large, complex hard real-time applications, as those developed by our most demanding customers," said Gary Beerman, Director of Real-Time Marketing at Concurrent. "The capability of the PERC real-time virtual machine and strength of the Aonix technical team will enable us to respond to the hard real-time and mission-critical markets we serve."
"Concurrent technologists are uniquely proficient in providing complete and effective real-time solutions to their customers," stated Gary Cato, Aonix Manager of Strategic Alliances. "They recognized the value of partnering with Aonix to address the expanding demand for hard real-time Java[TM] solutions, and we're gratified grat·i·fy
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1. To please or satisfy: His achievement gratified his father. See Synonyms at please.
2. to know they selected Aonix PERC Java virtual machine A Java interpreter. The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is software that converts the Java intermediate language (bytecode) into machine language and executes it. The original JVM came from the JavaSoft division of Sun. . This combination provides a significant advantage to Concurrent and their customers."
Aonix's PERC real-time virtual machine supported on RedHawk real-time Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time are immediately available. PERC Ultra is available for Linux, Windows, and Solaris hosts and supports a wide variety of processor architectures and real-time operating systems. PERC development tools are available at no charge. Maintenance contracts start at $3000 for a single user. Contact Concurrent for additional RedHawk real-time Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time information.
Aonix offers mission- and safety-critical solutions primarily to the military and aerospace, telecommunications and transportation industries. Aonix delivers the leading high-reliability; real-time embedded virtual machine solution for running Java[TM] programs deployed today and has the largest number of certified Ada applications at the highest level of criticality. Headquartered in San Diego, CA and Paris, France, Aonix operates sales offices throughout North America and Europe in addition to offering a network of international distributors. For more information, visit www.aonix.com.
Concurrent (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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VoD - video on demand ) and, through subsidiary company Everstream, measure the effectiveness of interactive television. Concurrent is a global company with regional offices in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, and has products actively deployed in more than 24 countries. Concurrent's products and services are recognized for being uniquely flexible, comprehensive, robust and reliable. For more information, please visit www.ccur.com.
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