Concurrent's SIMulation Workbench offers Linux-based, real-time modeling

DULUTH, Ga., 22 April 2007. Concurrent Computer Corp. in Duluth, Ga., is offering the SIMulation Workbench software environment for developing and executing real-time hardware-in-the-loop and man-in-the-loop simulations.

DULUTH, Ga., 22 April 2007. Concurrent Computer Corp. in Duluth, Ga., is offering the SIMulation Workbench software environment for developing and executing real-time hardware-in-the-loop and man-in-the-loop simulations.

The product will be available this fall on Concurrent's iHawk AMD and Intel multiprocessor systems. SIMulation Workbench includes a graphical user interface that enables configuring, starting, stopping, recording, and playback of simulation runs.

At the heart of SIMulation Workbench is a memory-resident database that can be accessed by all simulator processes. The database provides I/O independence. All the information needed to configure I/O points and to read, convert, write and store simulation variables is maintained. A data recorder enables simulation data points to be logged individually and independently.

SIMulation Workbench is built on a client-server architecture. A real-time server provides the runtime environment for simulation while network-based GUI clients control and display real-time activities. Real-time performance is maximized because the GUI clients can run outside of the simulation server.

For more information contact Concurrent Computer online at www.ccur.com.

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