SCRAMNet

AcronymDefinition
SCRAMNetShared Common Random Access Memory Network
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Systran and SCRAMNet are registered trademarks of Systran Corporation.
Without SCRAMNet, this entire project would have been much more difficult" he added.
Systran's SCRAMNet Network is used in simulations ranging from aircraft and missile systems to space vehicles, nuclear power plants, and now NASCAR racing.
We are proud to announce that Systran has worked with Silicon Graphics to provide our SCRAMNet customers with complete compatibility with new Silicon Graphics platforms," noted Tom Bohman, Systran's Technical Marketing Specialist.
Silicon Graphics' customers who have based their real-time applications on our powerful workstations and Systran's SCRAMNet Network can be assured that both companies will continue to work together closely to provide the most powerful real-time computing systems available," Humphries continued.
Systran's Commercial Products Division now manufactures three product lines -- SCRAMNet Network, FibreXpress Network, and Systran's I/O Solutions -- and will continue to add new products as they move into the 21st century.
SCRAMNet is a registered trademark and FibreXpress is a trademark of SYSTRAN Corp.
MemO, the Memory Organizer, helps systems developers get the most out of a SCRAMNet Network by creating and managing the configuration of the network's shared memory.
With the addition of new MemO software, the SCRAMNet Network now combines the speed and efficiency of conventional shared memory and the flexibility of a network with unprecedented performance and ease of use in distributed real-time computing applications.
Compatibility & interoperability with existing SCRAMNet
developer of SYSTRAN's I/O Solutions (a suite of IP modules) and the SCRAMNet real-time computer communications network, today announced the introduction of four new products to their existing line of I/O Solutions.
developer of SYSTRAN's I/O Solutions (a suite of IP modules) and the SCRAMNet real-time computer communications network, announced that it has won a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract from the Air Force's Wright Laboratory's AAAT-2 group.