Thales Naval furthers commitments to OpenSplice DDS Middleware.
Signs multi-year agreement for Software Licenses and Professional Services for Combat Management Systems and applications including its flagship TACTICOS Net Centric Solution.
We signed a significant deal with Thales Naval for the OpenSplice DDS middleware. Under the terms of the deal we will provide Thales Naval with Software Licenses and Professional Services for the OpenSplice DDS middleware which is underpinning Thales Combat Management systems and naval applications including its flagship TACTICOS Net Centric Solution.
This new deal announced today extends the existingstrategic relationship by extending the licenses to world-wide Naval operations of Thales.
OpenSplice DDS is a very high-performance, real-time, data-centric publish / subscribe middleware platform. It uniquely combines data-centric and real-time publish/subscribe capabilities to provide next generation mission and business critical applications with the ideal platform for achieving high performance data distribution and management. OpenSplice DDS delivers the right information to the right place at the right time - all the time.
OpenSplice DDS is the only implementation available on the market, which complies with the full profile of the "OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) for Real-Time Systems v1.2 Specification", as it provides a complete implementation of both the "Data Centric Publish/Subscribe" (DCPS) Layer, and of the "Data Local Reconstruction Layer" (DLRL) Layer. This positions OpenSplice DDS as the leading OMG DDS-compliant COTS middleware available on the market.
We continue to drive innovation, recently adding security capability to OpenSplice DDS and fueling standardization work, co-authoring the UML profile for DDS specification as well as chairing the OMG DDS Special Interest Group.
Thales' Naval in The Netherlands, one of the original co-authors of the DDS specification, initially signed a strategic alliance with PrismTech in July 2006 for mission systems’ software infrastructure, middleware, tools and related services.