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[March 21, 2013]

PrismTech Announces OpenSplice Everywhere

(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 21 March 2013 Release date- 20032013 - OMG DDS Information Day, Reston, VA, USA - PrismTech, a global leader in standards-based, performance-critical middleware, today announced 'OpenSplice Everywhere', a Data Distribution Service (DDS) compliant product family providing Real-time data delivery for enterprise, mobile and embedded platforms.

'OpenSplice Everywhere' includes: OpenSplice DDS v6.3 - the latest release of the most widely-used DDS implementation OpenSplice RTE v6.3 - the richest DDS implementation for Real-time and embedded (RTE) devices OpenSplice Lite v0.1 - an ultra-low overhead DDS implementation providing DDS connectivity for extremely resource-constrained devices (e.g. DSP, -microcontroller-based) OpenSplice Mobile v1.0 beta - a pure Java DDS implementation optimized for J2*E Environments and Android OS The 'OpenSplice Everywhere' family also introduces many new ease-of-use enhancements for developers, including: C++ PSM (Enterprise, RTE) and Java 5 PSM (Mobile) for simpler and safer programming that delivers exceptional developer productivity OpenSplice RnR, for distributed record and replay Other upgrades to OpenSplice's development, testing, configuration and monitoring tools.

'An increasing number of applications, such as smart cities, mobile-health and smart grids require real-time information sharing across a vast variety of devices, ranging from embedded sensors to mobile devices. 'OpenSplice Everywhere' introduces a series of innovations that address these applications by enabling seamless real-time data sharing across embedded devices, traditional IT infrastructures, cloud applications and mobile devices,' said Angelo Corsaro, OpenSplice CTO, PrismTech.

Further information about 'OpenSplice Everywhere' will be detailed in a live Webcast delivered by PrismTech's industry leading experts on March 26 2013. Registration for the Webcast is available at:

Further information about OpenSplice is available from PrismTech's website at:

About PrismTech PrismTech is a global leader in standards-based, performance-critical middleware. PrismTech's products enable our OEM, Systems Integrator, and End User customers to build and optimize high-performance systems primarily for Mil/Aero, Communications, Industrial, and Financial Markets. For additional information about PrismTech, visit the web site at

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