Venturcom releases RTX 5.5
Waltham, MA — Venturcom has released version 5.5 of Real Time Extensions (RTX) for Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, XPe, NT, and NTe.
Waltham, MA - Venturcom has released version 5.5 of Real Time Extensions (RTX) for Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, XPe, NT, and NTe. The latest version of RTX simplifies development efforts requiring real-time networking features by including TCP/IP and a microWeb server, a useful function for supporting applications remotely.
Other networking capabilities new to version 5.5 include support for IP multicast and additional Ethernet drivers including Intel 8255X, Realtek RTL81x9, Digital 2114X, National DP83815, Intel 82543GC (Gigabit Ethernet), and AMD 79C97X. IP multicast support allows RTX applications to be networked for more efficient inter-system communications and network bandwidth use. Version 5.5 also includes an update to the RTX control panel application allowing developers access to the RTX TCP/IP stack and enhanced Plug-and-Play device control.
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