Steve Pope

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This paper describes the implementation of a high performance Object Request Broker (ORB)– omniORB2. The discussion focuses on the experience in achieving high performance by exploiting the protocol and other characteristics of the CORBA 2.0 specification. The design is also highly adaptable to a variety of network transports. The results of running the ORB(More)
Existing user-level network interfaces deliver high bandwidth, low latency performance to applications, but are typically unable to support diverse styles of communication and are unsuitable for use in multipro-grammed environments. Often this is because the network abstraction is presented at too high a level, and support for synchronisation is inflexible.(More)
Mobile computers, termed Walkstations are expected to be used under massively changing conditions. In order to operate eeectively, they must adapt their behaviour as conditions change. This paper presents a low latency, heterogeneous application migration service , built from a distributed programming environment , which enables applications to adapt from a(More)
The Virtual Interface Architecture is an industry standard for high performance networking in system-area networks, and the same model is proposed for Infini-band. Existing implementations suffer from high complexity , and scaling to higher bandwidths and large numbers of endpoints is likely to be problematic. We present a novel implementation of VIA that(More)
Audio and video are fast becoming an integral part of new computing environments. These media have transport requirements which differ from the normal bursty computer traffic. There is therefore a need to explore transport protocols that can provide different qualities of service. User-space implementations of such protocols are particularly interesting(More)