2, a scaleable middleware for real-time
data/control exchange between software components.
George Tubin, Senior Analyst, Delivery Channels for TowerGroup explained, "We've seen numerous market leaders looking to incorporate real-time
data into their operational business intelligence to drive them towards the real-time
Agents already connecting with carriers via a real-time
system believe it has value in helping workflow for both personal and commercial lines.
0, DV500 PLUS offers users real-time
effects and transitions, multi-track audio mixing, real-time
image correction, real-time
16:9 wide screen aspect ratio, and real-time
titling with TitleDeko RT.
For many of our Linux customers, hard real-time
functionality would extend the viability of Linux to a broader set of their device development projects that requires mission-critical performance," said Vincent Rerolle, vice president of corporate development and strategy.
Agents dealing with a real-time
life insurance company will be able to contract, learn about products, receive sales training, order supplies, develop proposals, submit applications, receive policies and commissions--all via the Internet.
with the added benefit of hard real-time
determinism that is expected in the networking market and guaranteed by FSMLabs' RTCore technology," says Larry Stefonic, MySQL's SVP of OEM Sales.
Until now, researchers in our lab have had to share a real-time
PCR instrument with multiple labs.
RTCore provides the necessary isolation so that real-time
applications can coexist peacefully with sophisticated Linux-based application stacks, such as user interfaces and enterprise applications.
By deploying GoldenGate's real-time
data integration solution on the Ingres open source platform, customers will be able to leverage a lower cost option and perform smooth application and system migrations without interruption.
Patented hard real-time
virtualization technology decouples the FSMLabs POSIX RTCore real-time
kernel (the technology behind RTLinux) from an embedded Linux or BSD UNIX client enabling a 100% preemptible system to ensure timely execution of critical code.
The first real-time
UNIX[R] operating system (RTU) in 1984