OIS and SYSGO combine software

  • July 18, 2007
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KLEIN-WINTERNHEIM, GERMANY and HERNDON, VA - July 18, 2007 - Objective Interface Systems, Inc. (OIS) and SYSGO AG announced a technology alliance to integrate OIS’ communications technologies with SYSGO’s portfolio of operating systems. Both companies bring field-proven track records and leadership in the military/aerospace market as they work together to enable high-performance, secure and safe foundations for mission-critical systems. Product integration between SYSGO’s real-time operating systems (RTOS) and OIS’ communications middleware for high-performance applications is the biggest draw for makers of communication systems, radar and sonar systems, avionics systems and other security- and performance-critical applications. “With a well-deserved reputation for excellence, SYSGO offers a product portfolio that is in high demand by our customers. SYSGO operating systems have been used to build integrated modular avionics systems, missile guidance systems and a host of other applications for which real-time performance and high assurance are essential,” said Mr. Joe Jacob, Senior Vice President, Objective Interface Systems. “With a synergistic focus on technical excellence and customer support, our companies are working together to deliver seamlessly integrated products that meet the performance, security and safety requirements of even the most demanding embedded systems.” “Communications in embedded systems are complex. With OIS’ communications middleware, this is no longer the case. It provides a portable communications infrastructure that solves the incompatibilities in data networks,” said Mr. Torsten Sehlinger, Vice President of Marketing, SYSGO AG. “SYSGO developers will soon be able to use the complete range of OIS’ high-performance, small-footprint communications middleware with SYSGO operating environments. This will allow our customers to establish communications among diverse systems, even the most mission-critical-without having to make modifications at the code level.” About Objective Interface Systems Objective Interface Systems delivers the world’s preeminent communications products. The company provides service-oriented architecture middleware, application communications middleware and secure communications middleware development tools based on the Multiple Independent Levels of Security/Safety (MILS) architecture to meet the high-performance requirements of military and aerospace, telecommunications, data communications, industrial automation and process control, transportation and consumer electronics markets. OIS products such as ORBexpress, the industry’s highest performance Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) middleware, and PCSexpress, the first partitioning communications system for MILS, are the communications core of many performance-critical products and systems. These include mission-critical avionics systems, network management, vehicle control and management systems, software defined radio, telecommunication systems, process control systems and nuclear fusion ignition facilities. OIS customers consist of the world’s most advanced product and engineering organizations. About SYSGO AG SYSGO specializes in design, implementation and configuration of device software for the embedded market. In addition to PikeOS, SYSGO’s real-time operating system solution for safety-critical systems, and ELinOS, SYSGO’s embedded Linux development environment, the company offers development of device drivers, board support packages and firmware. SYSGO also supports international customers with services for embedded Linux, real-time capabilities and certification for safety-critical applications. Target markets include Aerospace & Defense, Industrial Automation, Automotive, Consumer Electronics and Network Infrastructure. SYSGO customers include DaimlerChrysler, EADS Airbus, EADS Military Air Systems, Honeywell, IBM, Raytheon, Rheinmetall, Rockwell-Collins as well as Rohde & Schwarz. SYSGO AG was founded in Mainz, Germany in 1991 and was reincorporated as a joint stock company in October 2002. Today, the company has six facilities in Germany and across Europe and offers a global distribution and support network. Learn More

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