PrismTech, a global leader in standards-based, performance-critical middleware, recently unveiled a new business model for OpenSplice DDS v5.6. PrismTech also announced that it is the first company to market a full and open source implementation of the OMG DDSI interoperability specification that helps customers realize true vendor independence.
With OMG DDSI interoperability specification, PrismTech’s customers will now be able to deploy without runtime license fees on all supported platforms. Also, they will also be able to avail full development and deployment support packages.
“OpenSplice DDS is now clearly the Number 1 implementation of DDS. We know that current and prospective DDS consumers are concerned about deployment licensing costs. We have listened to those concerns and have acted. As of today PrismTech’s customers can enjoy our market leading open source product combined with our top-rated commercial support. Our customers have demanded no-cost deployment licensing and we have delivered,” said Andrew Lloyd PrismTech SVP for Middleware Products, in a statement.
“Our customers trust our model and know precisely what they can get for free as Open Source (News - Alert) in the community. Paid-for support packages combined with valuable development, deployment and testing tools, and connectivity add-ons are available commercially from us to enhance their experience with DDS.”
Featuring the best scalability and real-time determinism, OpenSplice DDS is deployed in the most challenging business and mission critical systems in Defense, Aerospace, Transportation, Manufacturing and Utilities. It has become the clear global leader in DDS with more than 20,000 developers now using the product.
Through its services, PrismTech enables OEM, Systems Integrator, and End User customers to build and optimize high-performance systems primarily for Mil/Aero, Communications, Industrial, and Financial Markets. The company recently announced the General Availability (GA) of the latest release of its Software Defined Radio (SDR) Software Communications Architecture (SCA) model-driven architecture and development tool, Spectra™ CX v3.3. Spectra CX v3.3 provides many new features which help to simplify accelerate and validate SCA-Based Development.
Rahul Arora is a TMCnet contributor. He has worked as an editor and freelance writer for several reputed organizations in India. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves