OCI's Mark Volkmann to present at 2012 Gateway Software Symposium, April 20-21, 2012

ST. LOUIS, MO - Mark Volkmann, Principal Software Engineer and Partner with OCI, will present "Node.js - the core" at the 2012 Gateway Software Symposium, April 20-21, 2012, in St. Louis, MO.

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Telecommunications Industry

The telecommunications industry was an early adopter of OO and middleware standards. OCI's earliest clients, equipment manufacturers and service providers, leveraged our expertise in C++, RTOSs, Java and CORBA.

JacORB Support Model

OCI has skilled Java and CORBA consultants who can provide your software engineers with JacORB product support. We can help you solve your application problems and add new features to JacORB (which we will of course contribute back into the open source code base).


OpenDDS is an open source native C++ implementation of the OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) for Real-Time Systems specification. It is also available wrapped for Java use. DDS defines a strongly typed publish-subscribe service for efficiently distributing application data between participants in a distributed application. OpenDDS leverages ACE to provide portability and configurability across a wide variety of operating systems and deployment environments. OpenDDS is sponsored by OCI with significant support from key customers.


JacORB is an easy-to-use CORBA 2.3 compliant ORB for Java applications. Many clients elect to build distributed systems with mixed languages. Java and C++ are the preferred combinations.

Health Care

Over the next few years the healthcare industry will undergo dramatic change. The industry will be exposed to competitive pressures unlike any previously. Healthcare will move to a third generation business model. A model where the ability to easily and quickly share health information will be the criterion for educated consumers to employ when selecting their healthcare providers.

Mixed Language Frameworks

OCI engineers combine Java, C#, and C++ applications through CORBA, RMI/IIOP, DDS, J2EE, .NET, XML, and other technologies to give clients a suite of interoperable elements that match their needs, Java client-side applications to the most demanding, mission critical, deterministic server behavior available with C++, and everything in between.

Enterprise Mobile Computing

The extraordinary rise in mobile computing devices has compelled many companies to use them in more robust enterprise applications. OCI welcomes the opportunity to assist your organization with making these powerful tools a part of your enterprise solution. Here are some ways we can help you get there.

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