Adaptive Reconfigurable Mobile Objects of Reliability (ARMOR)


The ARMOR middleware architecture offers a scalable low-overhead way to provide high-dependability services to applications.

For example, the telecom industry and the circuit switch networks have, historically, provided high availability as a fundamental requirement for services. A switching component has less than 5 minutes per year downtime and provides better than 99.999% availability (or about 5 minutes downtime per year). There is a growing need for other high availability systems, especially in enterprise and corporate IT networks and services (e.g., email, payroll, e-commerce, directories). Moreover, the current trends towards providing critical services over the Web and the growth in e-commerce drive the needs for high availability. Increasing globalization requires that the corporate IT and data networks provide service 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. There is no good time for a network outage or downtime. The data networks now are starting to require at least 99.99% or 4Nines availability. Even at the personal computer (PC) level, availability becomes important as PC users demand their computers and applications provide much better service.

Our ARMOR middleware can be utilized to significantly increase the availability of your systems. We have experience in porting ARMOR into a variety of systems as well as applications such as telecom systems, Space and Defense systems, Enterprise netwoks, PCs, home entertainment products and personal devices. Click here for examples of ARMOR applications and fault tolerance techniques that we have implemented


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