Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> __/ [ Roy Culley ] on Wednesday 15 March 2006 00:58 \__
>> Number two telecom OS provider Enea will release its direct,
>> asynchronous message-passing software for distributed systems
>> under an open source license in June. Described as the
>> "cornerstone" of Enea's telecom RTOSes, the "Linx" IPC
>> (inter-process communications) software scales better than other
>> freely available IPC technologies, such as TIPC (transparent IPC)
>> and Unix sockets, Enea claims.
>> Enea describes Linx as "transparent," meaning that software
>> processes distributed across various interconnected, heterogeneous
>> systems can communicate as if they were running on the same
>> processor. Such transparency simplifies application development,
>> the company says, and allows scalability through hardware
>> additions, without requiring application code changes.
> Applications in Linux (as well as porting) is one area that I
> abstain posting to the newsroup about, yet it's nice to see
> change. It's usually right before my eyes, but there is something
> boring about it, which would not promote discussion.
Thank goodness you leave some articles for the rest of us. :-)
I do think there are enough programmers in COLA who will find Linx IPC