Stockholm, Sweden - Enea has just released the newest version of its
LINX interprocess communications (IPC) services protocol, an open
version of the proprietary IPC used in its operating system
Designed for multiprocessor and distributed telecom systems. the newest
version of LINX
has a number of features that increase overall service availability,
including protocol/feature negotiation, priority messaging, and support
for Enea Element in-service upgrades.
According to the company, protocol/feature negotiation will make
future releases backward compatible with previous releases. When
developers install a new version of LINX on a particular node, it will
automatically communicates with LINX peers on other nodes to identify
and default to a common set of features.
Priority messaging increases service availability by maintaining
communications during congestion caused by a fault condition.
In-service upgrades increase availability by enabling software upgrades
to be performed on live systems without disrupting service.
Enea LINX for Linux is free, open source software available on
SourceForge at https://sourceforge.net/projects/linx.
Enea LINX is also availabe for the Enea OSE RTOS and Enea OSE ck DSP
RTOS. Both OSs start at$ 5,000 per license (10 users).
For further information on LINX, go to www.enea.com.