AuthorGustin, Thomas W.
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AbstractThis paper presents an exciting new concept in real-time information distribution that can be easily integrated into existing and future telemetry reception and data dispersal systems. After briefly examining the evolutionary path and various perceptions of the concept “real-time”, a variety of techniques are explored in achieving the expedient movement of real-time information. Many non-telemetry application environments are now using real-time shared-memory networking techniques to obtain large, highspeed integrated sharing of common information. The phenomenal results are partially attributable to high reliability, extremely low latency, and ease of use. This paper attempts to present various telemetry applications and scenarios with descriptions of benefits achieved by simply changing existing data movement techniques to those using shared-memory networking techniques.
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