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I2O Messaging for Distributed and  High Availability Architectures

I2O Messaging for Distributed and High Availability Architectures

The LynxOS Messenger implements a message-based communication protocol for intelligent devices to process information jointly. The architecture is designed to facilitate intelligent I/O processor cards (IOP), as well as to increase system scalability and availability. 
Peer-to-peer communications allow developers to flexibly integrate different I/O resources, to enable direct communications between these I/O devices, and to deploy split device drivers running in a High Availability system. Applications and split device drivers communicate to each other over the underlying I/O bus using the services defined by Messenger’s APIs.

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Name: I2O Messaging for Distributed and High Availability Architectures
Tags: case study, telecom, network, ISV, RTOS, real-time systems, software development

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