Mercury Computer Systems says it's now shipping what it bill as the industry's first middleware product that includes a Data Reorganization Interface (DRI) standard
application programming interface. The DRI API standard can ease the development of DSP and image processing in multi-processor systems. Putting a DRI interface into Mercury's Parallel Acceleration System (PAS multi-processor middleware makes it possible to use industry standards while still meeting program requirements for performance and function.
Mercury is supporting its product with new software that is an enhanced version of its multi-computer operating environment. The firm's MCOE 6.0 software is claimed to provide better support for embedded software standards, especially with DRI and Linux. Click for more details, or contact Mercury Computer Systems, Inc.. Phone: (978) 967-1120. Fax: (978) 256-0852.---AMM (21 Oct. 2003)
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