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Customer Wins

  • REMEC chooses ORBexpress for the power management software application in a new wireless base station: This new telecommunications application continues the common use of Real-Time and Embedded CORBA technology for communications architectures.
  • US Navy (Dahlgren, VA) expands its use of ORBexpress to the new Navy Open Architecture Project: This effort furthers the use of CORBA as the backbone technology of Naval Tactical Real-Time Software Systems.
  • Lockheed Martin Owego, NY selects ORBexpress for use in Multi Mission Helo application.
  • Alenia Marconi Systems adds Real-Time CORBA to their Radar Systems: The use of ORBexpress in their systems has enabled an increase in speed and deterministic behavior. This has allowed Alenia Marconi to replace traditional CORBA applications with ones using ORBexpress.
  • Lockheed Martin adds additional ORBexpress capabilities for THAAD Launcher System: Additional embedded capabilities add to their long standing use of Real-Time CORBA.
  • Boeing selects ORBexpress for the Family of Advanced Beyond Line-of-sight Terminals (FAB-T): Real-time CORBA is key to their system-of-systems approach to networked communications in this Global Information Grid (GIG) satellite system -- a key enabler for Joint Vision 2020
  • Alenia Marconi Systems (AMSI) in the UK expands their use of ORBexpress: Radar data management project replaces existing desktop CORBA infrastructure with real-time CORBA, continuing a string of ORBexpress architecture wins at AMSI.
  • SaabTech and Swedish Defence select ORBexpress: Will use on the KAPRIS Command and Control System.
  • TRW and Joint National Integration Center (JNIC) purchase ORBexpress: Will use in Ballistic Missile and Theater Air Defense testing, modeling and simulation, and analysis.
  • Fujitsu Ltd expands usage of ORBexpress in their Network Communications products: Fujitsu in Japan joins their US team in using ORBexpress.
  • Boeing (Mesa AZ) selects ORBexpress for use in the Longbow Apache Helicopter: The system will communicate via the Real-Time CORBA ORB to the Integrated Data Modem (IDM).
  • Harris Corporation's RF Communication Division increase their use of ORBexpress for their Software Defined Radio projects.
  • Japanese Distributor Nissin Software licenses ORBexpress to major software development organizations:
    Hitachi Kokusai Electric, Toshiba, and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (MELCO) all to use Real-Time CORBA in their next generation systems.
  • Lucent (Germany) selects ORBexpress for next generation prototype:
    The UMTS Node B project will be embedding CORBA deeper into the architecture.
  • Wedgetail program selects ORBexpress:
    Boeing (Seattle WA), EADS (Germany) and Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (Norway) are all jointly building an Airborne early warning system as part of a multi development effort. This program is similar to the well known AWACS system.