"Lynx Real-Time Systems, Inc., today announced the donation of
Lynx Messenger for BlueCat(TM) Linux, its high-performance
messaging technology, to the Linux open-source community to
establish a new standard for advanced CompactPCI inter-board
messaging in distributed and high availability (HA) systems."
"The Lynx Messenger technology provides developers of embedded
systems the advantages of freely available open-source software
with the quality certification from Lynx. The technology supports
multiple operating systems and multiple network protocols, and it
allows for the maximum flexibility in designing and deploying
optimized distributed applications for telecommunications, data
communications and the internet."
"Implemented as a kernel extension and associated
Application Programming Interface (API) for messaging, Lynx
Messenger is a technology that enables CPU boards (system and
non-system) to exchange information on a peer-to-peer basis across
the CompactPCI backplane. Lynx Messenger can also be used on a
single CPU card to support communication between the host CPU and
PMC intelligent I/O processors across the on-board PCI bus. This
messaging API and technology is appropriate for loosely coupled
cooperative processing applications and for the split processing of
layered communications protocols."
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