The Teton Project, an ongoing Open Architecture (OA) initiative at Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems (NGES), has adopted the new OMG "DDS for Lightweight CCM" (DDS4CCM) standard as the foundational real-time component framework technology for its Scalable Node Architecture (SNA). SNA is targeted at distributed, real-time, embedded (DRE) and high performance computing (HPC) applications and subsystem/system architectures. This presentation offers the Teton Project's perspective on the advantages of DDS4CCM, a.k.a. Component Based DDS (CBDDS), over a straight DDS-based architectural approach.
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