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middleware

A software interface which allows translation and accessing of files on remote servers and databases without needing to use the other server’s language protocols.
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1 Development of Cloud Middleware Manufacturing Technology
The combination of industry standards, technology exchanges, interoperability engineering and testing, and storage management middleware to pull it all together are bringing the industry ever closer to delivering heterogeneous storage management.
Total RFID Middleware Market: Impact of Top Four Industry Challenges (Global), 2011-2017 22
Oracle Fusion Middleware provides a common technology platform for ISVs to more easily integrate and support their entire mix of Oracle and non-Oracle enterprise applications while laying the groundwork for a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
As companies move beyond point-to-point integration, they require an SOA-based middleware platform that enables them to deliver integrated solutions regardless of the underlying application environment or product release," said John Gawkowski, Vice President, Partner Technology Solutions at Oracle.
The Middleware Company developer solution, TheServerSide Communities, is designed to help middleware practitioners to fully deliver middleware's capabilities.
Nexus Software is the world-leader in multi-channel client middleware and related products and services for the financial services industry.
PrismTech is an acknowledged leader in software productivity tools and middleware, with solutions ranging from wide-scale integration to embedded real-time systems, supporting applications from operations support systems (OSS) through to software-defined radio (SDR).
He previously served as a Program Manager and Scientific and Engineering Technical Assistant in the DARPA Information eXploitation Office (IXO), where he led the US national effort on QoS-enabled component middleware and MDE tool research in the Program Composition for Embedded Systems (PCES) and Adaptive and Reflective Middleware Systems (ARMS) programs.
a strategic alliance with Thales Group for mission systems software infrastructure, middleware tools and related services;
OpenFusion e*ORB, PrismTech's flagship embedded product in its family of CORBA-based middleware solutions, is specifically designed for use in low profile, resource-constrained environments.
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