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October Newsletter 2017


Welcome to the Twin Oaks Computing, Inc Newsletter!

Our monthly newsletter brings you news and information about Twin Oaks Computing and our CoreDX DDS middleware. Be sure to "like", "follow" and "friend" us on our Social Networking sites for fun facts, free giveaways, and stories about Communications Middleware, Technology, and Twin Oaks Computing.

Twin Oaks Computing has moved!

Twin Oaks Computing recently moved offices and doubled their office space. While still located in Castle Rock, Colorado, we've moved to a new office downtown. Please note the new address:

Twin Oaks Computing, Inc.

230 Third Street, Suite 260

Castle Rock, CO. 80104

Welcome David Persky

Twin Oaks Computing welcomes David Persky to our Business Development team! David has 25 years of business development experience within information technology. Originally from New York, David has resided in Colorado for the past 25 years. He enjoys skiing, basketball, and tennis.

Please contact David with your CoreDX DDS licensing questions.

Nina Tucker leads Part 3 of the OMG's 3-part webinar series titles "DDS - The Proven Connectivity Standard for the IIoT"

On Thursday, November 16, Nina Tucker (co-founder and VP of Technology at Twin Oaks Computing) presented the final part of the series: a 1 hour technical webinar focused on the DDS Security Standard. Watch the Webinar.


Today's connected systems are seeing increasing risks to cyber attacks, including Denial of Service (DoS), man in the Middle, and Eavesdropping. Most companies have an IT department responsible for cyber security. However, operational systems have different components, different network connections and behaviors, and different cyber threats than typical enterprise systems.

The third installment takes an in-depth look at the latest advances in the DDS standards to meet the demanding cyber-security requirements of today's industrial connected systems. From authentication and access control to integrity and encryption, learn how to leverage DDS Security features to secure your connected system against cyber attacks, while maintaining a flexible, scalable architecture.

Securing Drones: Lessons form the Front Lines of the Drone Industry

Twin Oaks Computing's Nina Tucker was a panelist at InterDrone in Las Vegas, NV. this past September, discussing the drone industry.

2017 will be the year of Drone Security. With the remote identification Aviation Rulemaking Committee in full swing, millions of drones taking flight, drone delivery trials in progress, and attacks on IoT devices becoming the norm, how can we secure the drone industry from bad actors? This panel discussed the unique security challenges that separate drones form other IoT devices, key vulnerabilities, and the steps the drone industry can take to secure and protect this rising technology. Contact Twin Oaks Computing to learn more.

Office Holiday Closure

Please note: Our offices will be closed Friday, December 22nd thru Monday, January 1st to allow our employees time with their families during the Holidays.

We will re-open on Tuesday, January 2nd. We pride ourselves on our superior customer service, and ask if you anticipate the need for technical support during this time to schedule an appointment in the next few weeks. This will allow time for us to adequately address your request. All of us at Twin Oaks Computing wish everyone a safe and Happy Holiday season.

What's new in CoreDX DDS

The engineering team at Twin Oaks Computing has been hard at work making improvements and adding features to our CoreDX DDS and CoreDX DDS Secure products. Here is a sampling of some of the new features you'll find in our latest release:

  • CoreDX DDS Secure can be built against alternative crypto libraries, including WolfSSL, allowing CoreDX DDS Secure into some of our smallest and minimal environments. This includes INTEGRITY-178b tuMP from Green Hills Software.
  • CoreDX DDS support for additional ARINC-653 environments, including ARINC-653 DDS transport.
  • XRCE (Extreme Resource Constrained Environments): Defining a new transport protocol for extremely constrained devices and low bandwith networks.
  • Improved performance for very large data samples.

Try the full-featured CoreDX DDS product free for 30 days

Check out the newest DDS standardized features and get your hands on the leading small footprint Data Distribution Service implementation to see what it can do for you.

CoreDX DDS v4 continues to focus on resources and performance while incorporating new Data Distribution Service standards: DDS Security, Extensible Topics and Types (X-Types), and Remote Procedure Call over DDS (RPC over DDS). These standards bring outstanding technical capabilities to the already rich set of features offered by CoreDX DDS.

With these enhanced features, CoreDX DDS is the perfect middleware solution to meet the challenges of today's Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems. Learn more here.

The evaluation is available here for direct download for the most common platforms, including Linux, Solaris, and Windows. Download your free 30 day trial of CoreDX DDS here.

Upcoming Events

December 4-8, 2017 OMG Technical Meeting, Burlingame, CA, USA

December 4-8, 2017 IIC Quarterly Meeting, Burlingame, CA, USA

January 22-25, 2018 IoT Evolution Expo East, Orlando, FL, USA

February 5-9, 2017 IIC Quarterly Meeting, Reston, VA, USA

March 19-23, 2018 OMG Technical Meeting, Reston, VA, USA

April 4-5, 2018 MDTX, Seacucus, NJ, USA

May 1-3, 2018 AUVSI Xponential, Denver, CO, USA

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