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Title: AgileDelta


1
AFC2ISRC, AFRL, SPAWAR ONR
Efficient XML Taking Net-Centric Operations to
the Edge
AgileDelta, Inc. info_at_agiledelta.com http//www.a
giledelta.com
POWER TO THE EDGE
2
XML
POWER TO THE EDGE
3
XML is Everywhere
Motorola
Sony
  • ABN-AMRO Bank
  • Access
  • Access Company Limited
  • Acuity
  • Adobe Systems Inc.
  • AGF.SI
  • Agfa Division, Bayer Corp.
  • AgileDelta, Inc.
  • Agile Software
  • Agranat Systems, Inc.
  • Alcatel Alsthom Recherche
  • Alfa-Omega Foundation
  • Aliaron, Inc.
  • Alis Technologies, Inc.
  • Allaire Corporation
  • America Online, Inc.
  • American Express
  • AND Data Ltd
  • AND-USA, Inc.

Corel Corporation Corporation for National
Research Initiatives (CNRI) Council for the
Central Laboratory of the Research Councils
(CCL) Crystaliz, Inc. CSIRO Australia CyberCash,
Inc. Daewoo Electronics Company Data Channel Data
Interchange Standards Association, Inc.
(DISA) Data Research Associates, Inc. Datafusion,
Inc. Datalogics, Incorporated Defense Information
Systems Agency (DISA) Department of
Communications, Information Technology and the
Arts Deutsche Telekom - Online Service GmbH
(T-Online) DFN Verein Digital Vision Laboratories
Corporation Direct Marketing Association,
Inc. Distributed Systems Technology Centre (DSTC
Pty Ltd) DoubleClick E-centre UK Eastman Kodak
Company EC Cubed, Inc. École Nationale Supérieure
dInformatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées
(ENSIMAG) University of Edinburgh (HCRC Language
Technology Group) EEIG/ERCIM Electricité de
France Electronic Network Consortium ENEL Engage
Technologies Enigma ENN Corporation Entrust
Technologies, Inc. Epicentric, Inc. Eprise
Corporation ERICSSON Ernst Young LLP ETNOTEAM
S.p.A. EUnet International BV Excosoft Federal
Geographic Data Committee Fermi National
Accelerator Laboratory FIZ Karlsruhe
(FachInformationsZentrum) Forschungszentrum
Informatik (FZI) Foundation for Research and
Technology (FORTH) France Telecom Fraunhofer
IGD Fretwell-Downing Data Systems Ltd. FSTC
(Financial Services Technology Consortium) Fujitsu
Limited Fulcrum Technologies, Inc. GE
Information Services, Inc. GEMPLUS General Magic,
Inc. GEO Interactive Media Group Ltd. George
Washington University Geoworks GlobeID Software
MindQuake Interactive, Inc. MITRE
Corporation Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation Motorola MTA SZTAKI NASA Ames
Research Center National Chiao Tung
University National Security Agency
(NSA) National University of Singapore NCompass
Labs, Inc. NCR NEC Corporation NETAWAY Netscape
Communications NetStudio Corporation Network
Computer, Inc. (NCI) Network Solutions University
of New South Wales NHS (National Health Service,
UK) Nippon Telegraph Telephone Corp.
(NTT) NOKIA Corporation Nortel Novell, Inc. NTT
Data Corporation NTT Mobile Communications
Network, Inc. (NTT DoCoMo) OReilly Associates,
Inc. Organization for the Advancement of
Structured Information Standards (OASIS) Object
Design Object Management Group, Inc. (OMG) Object
Services and Consulting, Inc. OCLC (Online
Computer Library Center, Inc.) OmniMark
Technologies Corporation ONION S.p.A. The Open
Group Open Market, Inc. Open Software Associates,
Inc. Open Text Corporation Oracle
Corporation Pacific Softworks Paradigm
Development Corporation Partners HealthCare
System, Inc. Pencom Web Works Perspecta,
Inc. Pervasive Software Philips Electronic
N.V. Phoenix Technologies Ltd. Poet Software
Corporation PointCast Incorporated Pretty Good
Privacy, Inc. The Productivity Works,
Inc. Qualcomm Inc. Quark, Inc. Rapid Logic,
Inc. Raptor Systems, Inc. RealNetworks Reed
Elsevier Reuters Limited Rivcom Riverland Holding
NV/SA Royal Melbourne Institute of
Technology Royal National Institute for the Blind
(RNIB) S.W.I.F.T. sc SAIC/Bellcore
Sandpiper Networks, Inc. SAP AG SBC Technology
Resources Security Dynamics Technologies,
Inc. Segue Software Sema Group Sharp
Corporation SICS Sitara Networks,
Inc. Snap SoftQuad Software, Inc. Software
AG Software Publishers Association
(SPA) Sonnetech, Ltd. Sony Corporation University
of Southampton Speech Works International,
Inc. Spyglass, Inc. Sqribe Technologies StarBurst
Communications Strategic Interactive Group Stuart
McIntosh Sun Microsystems, Inc. surfCONTROL SURFne
t bv Swedish Institute for Systems Development
(SISU) Sybase, Inc. Synth-Bank Tandem Computers,
a division of Compaq Technische Universitat
Graz Teknema Corporation Telecom Colombia Telecom
Italia Texcel Group The Thomson
Corporation TIAA-CREF TNO Multimedia and
Telecommunications Toshiba Corporation Toyota
Motor Corporation Trilogy Technologies,
Inc. TRUSTe 2Bridge Software UKERNA UNI.C United
States Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) Unwired Planet UWI.Com Veon, Inc. VeriSign,
Inc. Verity, Inc. Victor Data Systems Co.,
Ltd. Vignette Corporation Visio Corporation VTT
Information Technology Wall Data
Incorporated Waterloo Maple webMethods,
Inc. WebTV Networks Inc. WinWriters Wolfram
Research, Inc. worldweb WWW - KR Xerox
Corporation Xionics Document Technologies, Inc.
  • GMD National Research Center for Information
    Technology
  • Graphic Communications Association
  • Grenoble Network Initiative
  • Groove Networks, Inc.
  • Groupe ESC Grenoble
  • GTW Associates
  • Harlequin Inc.
  • Health Level Seven, Inc.
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Helsinki Telephone Corporation
  • Hewlett Packard Company
  • Hitachi, Ltd.
  • Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Hong Kong Productivity Council
  • Hong Kong University of Science Technology
  • HTML Writers Guild, Inc.
  • Hyperwave Information Management, Ges. m.b.H.
  • IBERDROLA S.A.
  • IBM Corporation

Intel
IBM
Novell
ATT
Cisco
Mozilla
Microsoft
BEA
Apache
RIM
Corel
Oracle
Nokia
Sun
Sybase
Google
HP
Macromedia
Palm
Adobe
Universal adoption, thriving community, low-cost
products, rapid innovation
4
XML is Everywhere
Motorola
Sony
  • ABN-AMRO Bank
  • Access
  • Access Company Limited
  • Acuity
  • Adobe Systems Inc.
  • AGF.SI
  • Agfa Division, Bayer Corp.
  • AgileDelta, Inc.
  • Agile Software
  • Agranat Systems, Inc.
  • Alcatel Alsthom Recherche
  • Alfa-Omega Foundation
  • Aliaron, Inc.
  • Alis Technologies, Inc.
  • Allaire Corporation
  • America Online, Inc.
  • American Express
  • AND Data Ltd
  • AND-USA, Inc.

Corel Corporation Corporation for National
Research Initiatives (CNRI) Council for the
Central Laboratory of the Research Councils
(CCL) Crystaliz, Inc. CSIRO Australia CyberCash,
Inc. Daewoo Electronics Company Data Channel Data
Interchange Standards Association, Inc.
(DISA) Data Research Associates, Inc. Datafusion,
Inc. Datalogics, Incorporated Defense Information
Systems Agency (DISA) Department of
Communications, Information Technology and the
Arts Deutsche Telekom - Online Service GmbH
(T-Online) DFN Verein Digital Vision Laboratories
Corporation Direct Marketing Association,
Inc. Distributed Systems Technology Centre (DSTC
Pty Ltd) DoubleClick E-centre UK Eastman Kodak
Company EC Cubed, Inc. École Nationale Supérieure
dInformatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées
(ENSIMAG) University of Edinburgh (HCRC Language
Technology Group) EEIG/ERCIM Electricité de
France Electronic Network Consortium ENEL Engage
Technologies Enigma ENN Corporation Entrust
Technologies, Inc. Epicentric, Inc. Eprise
Corporation ERICSSON Ernst Young LLP ETNOTEAM
S.p.A. EUnet International BV Excosoft Federal
Geographic Data Committee Fermi National
Accelerator Laboratory FIZ Karlsruhe
(FachInformationsZentrum) Forschungszentrum
Informatik (FZI) Foundation for Research and
Technology (FORTH) France Telecom Fraunhofer
IGD Fretwell-Downing Data Systems Ltd. FSTC
(Financial Services Technology Consortium) Fujitsu
Limited Fulcrum Technologies, Inc. GE
Information Services, Inc. GEMPLUS General Magic,
Inc. GEO Interactive Media Group Ltd. George
Washington University Geoworks GlobeID Software
MindQuake Interactive, Inc. MITRE
Corporation Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation Motorola MTA SZTAKI NASA Ames
Research Center National Chiao Tung
University National Security Agency
(NSA) National University of Singapore NCompass
Labs, Inc. NCR NEC Corporation NETAWAY Netscape
Communications NetStudio Corporation Network
Computer, Inc. (NCI) Network Solutions University
of New South Wales NHS (National Health Service,
UK) Nippon Telegraph Telephone Corp.
(NTT) NOKIA Corporation Nortel Novell, Inc. NTT
Data Corporation NTT Mobile Communications
Network, Inc. (NTT DoCoMo) OReilly Associates,
Inc. Organization for the Advancement of
Structured Information Standards (OASIS) Object
Design Object Management Group, Inc. (OMG) Object
Services and Consulting, Inc. OCLC (Online
Computer Library Center, Inc.) OmniMark
Technologies Corporation ONION S.p.A. The Open
Group Open Market, Inc. Open Software Associates,
Inc. Open Text Corporation Oracle
Corporation Pacific Softworks Paradigm
Development Corporation Partners HealthCare
System, Inc. Pencom Web Works Perspecta,
Inc. Pervasive Software Philips Electronic
N.V. Phoenix Technologies Ltd. Poet Software
Corporation PointCast Incorporated Pretty Good
Privacy, Inc. The Productivity Works,
Inc. Qualcomm Inc. Quark, Inc. Rapid Logic,
Inc. Raptor Systems, Inc. RealNetworks Reed
Elsevier Reuters Limited Rivcom Riverland Holding
NV/SA Royal Melbourne Institute of
Technology Royal National Institute for the Blind
(RNIB) S.W.I.F.T. sc SAIC/Bellcore
Sandpiper Networks, Inc. SAP AG SBC Technology
Resources Security Dynamics Technologies,
Inc. Segue Software Sema Group Sharp
Corporation SICS Sitara Networks,
Inc. Snap SoftQuad Software, Inc. Software
AG Software Publishers Association
(SPA) Sonnetech, Ltd. Sony Corporation University
of Southampton Speech Works International,
Inc. Spyglass, Inc. Sqribe Technologies StarBurst
Communications Strategic Interactive Group Stuart
McIntosh Sun Microsystems, Inc. surfCONTROL SURFne
t bv Swedish Institute for Systems Development
(SISU) Sybase, Inc. Synth-Bank Tandem Computers,
a division of Compaq Technische Universitat
Graz Teknema Corporation Telecom Colombia Telecom
Italia Texcel Group The Thomson
Corporation TIAA-CREF TNO Multimedia and
Telecommunications Toshiba Corporation Toyota
Motor Corporation Trilogy Technologies,
Inc. TRUSTe 2Bridge Software UKERNA UNI.C United
States Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) Unwired Planet UWI.Com Veon, Inc. VeriSign,
Inc. Verity, Inc. Victor Data Systems Co.,
Ltd. Vignette Corporation Visio Corporation VTT
Information Technology Wall Data
Incorporated Waterloo Maple webMethods,
Inc. WebTV Networks Inc. WinWriters Wolfram
Research, Inc. worldweb WWW - KR Xerox
Corporation Xionics Document Technologies, Inc.
  • GMD National Research Center for Information
    Technology
  • Graphic Communications Association
  • Grenoble Network Initiative
  • Groove Networks, Inc.
  • Groupe ESC Grenoble
  • GTW Associates
  • Harlequin Inc.
  • Health Level Seven, Inc.
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Helsinki Telephone Corporation
  • Hewlett Packard Company
  • Hitachi, Ltd.
  • Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Hong Kong Productivity Council
  • Hong Kong University of Science Technology
  • HTML Writers Guild, Inc.
  • Hyperwave Information Management, Ges. m.b.H.
  • IBERDROLA S.A.
  • IBM Corporation

Intel
IBM
Novell
ATT
Cisco
Mozilla
Microsoft
BEA
Apache
RIM
Corel
Oracle
Nokia
Sun
Sybase
Google
HP
Macromedia
Palm
Adobe
Universal access, broad interoperability, rapid
integration (mashups)
5
XML is Everywhere
Not Quite

Motorola
Sony
  • ABN-AMRO Bank
  • Access
  • Access Company Limited
  • Acuity
  • Adobe Systems Inc.
  • AGF.SI
  • Agfa Division, Bayer Corp.
  • AgileDelta, Inc.
  • Agile Software
  • Agranat Systems, Inc.
  • Alcatel Alsthom Recherche
  • Alfa-Omega Foundation
  • Aliaron, Inc.
  • Alis Technologies, Inc.
  • Allaire Corporation
  • America Online, Inc.
  • American Express
  • AND Data Ltd
  • AND-USA, Inc.

Corel Corporation Corporation for National
Research Initiatives (CNRI) Council for the
Central Laboratory of the Research Councils
(CCL) Crystaliz, Inc. CSIRO Australia CyberCash,
Inc. Daewoo Electronics Company Data Channel Data
Interchange Standards Association, Inc.
(DISA) Data Research Associates, Inc. Datafusion,
Inc. Datalogics, Incorporated Defense Information
Systems Agency (DISA) Department of
Communications, Information Technology and the
Arts Deutsche Telekom - Online Service GmbH
(T-Online) DFN Verein Digital Vision Laboratories
Corporation Direct Marketing Association,
Inc. Distributed Systems Technology Centre (DSTC
Pty Ltd) DoubleClick E-centre UK Eastman Kodak
Company EC Cubed, Inc. École Nationale Supérieure
dInformatique et de Mathématiques Appliquées
(ENSIMAG) University of Edinburgh (HCRC Language
Technology Group) EEIG/ERCIM Electricité de
France Electronic Network Consortium ENEL Engage
Technologies Enigma ENN Corporation Entrust
Technologies, Inc. Epicentric, Inc. Eprise
Corporation ERICSSON Ernst Young LLP ETNOTEAM
S.p.A. EUnet International BV Excosoft Federal
Geographic Data Committee Fermi National
Accelerator Laboratory FIZ Karlsruhe
(FachInformationsZentrum) Forschungszentrum
Informatik (FZI) Foundation for Research and
Technology (FORTH) France Telecom Fraunhofer
IGD Fretwell-Downing Data Systems Ltd. FSTC
(Financial Services Technology Consortium) Fujitsu
Limited Fulcrum Technologies, Inc. GE
Information Services, Inc. GEMPLUS General Magic,
Inc. GEO Interactive Media Group Ltd. George
Washington University Geoworks GlobeID Software
MindQuake Interactive, Inc. MITRE
Corporation Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation Motorola MTA SZTAKI NASA Ames
Research Center National Chiao Tung
University National Security Agency
(NSA) National University of Singapore NCompass
Labs, Inc. NCR NEC Corporation NETAWAY Netscape
Communications NetStudio Corporation Network
Computer, Inc. (NCI) Network Solutions University
of New South Wales NHS (National Health Service,
UK) Nippon Telegraph Telephone Corp.
(NTT) NOKIA Corporation Nortel Novell, Inc. NTT
Data Corporation NTT Mobile Communications
Network, Inc. (NTT DoCoMo) OReilly Associates,
Inc. Organization for the Advancement of
Structured Information Standards (OASIS) Object
Design Object Management Group, Inc. (OMG) Object
Services and Consulting, Inc. OCLC (Online
Computer Library Center, Inc.) OmniMark
Technologies Corporation ONION S.p.A. The Open
Group Open Market, Inc. Open Software Associates,
Inc. Open Text Corporation Oracle
Corporation Pacific Softworks Paradigm
Development Corporation Partners HealthCare
System, Inc. Pencom Web Works Perspecta,
Inc. Pervasive Software Philips Electronic
N.V. Phoenix Technologies Ltd. Poet Software
Corporation PointCast Incorporated Pretty Good
Privacy, Inc. The Productivity Works,
Inc. Qualcomm Inc. Quark, Inc. Rapid Logic,
Inc. Raptor Systems, Inc. RealNetworks Reed
Elsevier Reuters Limited Rivcom Riverland Holding
NV/SA Royal Melbourne Institute of
Technology Royal National Institute for the Blind
(RNIB) S.W.I.F.T. sc SAIC/Bellcore
Sandpiper Networks, Inc. SAP AG SBC Technology
Resources Security Dynamics Technologies,
Inc. Segue Software Sema Group Sharp
Corporation SICS Sitara Networks,
Inc. Snap SoftQuad Software, Inc. Software
AG Software Publishers Association
(SPA) Sonnetech, Ltd. Sony Corporation University
of Southampton Speech Works International,
Inc. Spyglass, Inc. Sqribe Technologies StarBurst
Communications Strategic Interactive Group Stuart
McIntosh Sun Microsystems, Inc. surfCONTROL SURFne
t bv Swedish Institute for Systems Development
(SISU) Sybase, Inc. Synth-Bank Tandem Computers,
a division of Compaq Technische Universitat
Graz Teknema Corporation Telecom Colombia Telecom
Italia Texcel Group The Thomson
Corporation TIAA-CREF TNO Multimedia and
Telecommunications Toshiba Corporation Toyota
Motor Corporation Trilogy Technologies,
Inc. TRUSTe 2Bridge Software UKERNA UNI.C United
States Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) Unwired Planet UWI.Com Veon, Inc. VeriSign,
Inc. Verity, Inc. Victor Data Systems Co.,
Ltd. Vignette Corporation Visio Corporation VTT
Information Technology Wall Data
Incorporated Waterloo Maple webMethods,
Inc. WebTV Networks Inc. WinWriters Wolfram
Research, Inc. worldweb WWW - KR Xerox
Corporation Xionics Document Technologies, Inc.
  • GMD National Research Center for Information
    Technology
  • Graphic Communications Association
  • Grenoble Network Initiative
  • Groove Networks, Inc.
  • Groupe ESC Grenoble
  • GTW Associates
  • Harlequin Inc.
  • Health Level Seven, Inc.
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Helsinki Telephone Corporation
  • Hewlett Packard Company
  • Hitachi, Ltd.
  • Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Hong Kong Productivity Council
  • Hong Kong University of Science Technology
  • HTML Writers Guild, Inc.
  • Hyperwave Information Management, Ges. m.b.H.
  • IBERDROLA S.A.
  • IBM Corporation

Intel
IBM
Novell
ATT
Cisco
Mozilla
Microsoft
BEA
Apache
RIM
XML
Corel
Oracle
Nokia
Sun
Sybase
Google
HP
Macromedia
Palm
Adobe
But, the benefits of XML are NOT available where
efficiency is critical
6
XML is Everywhere
Not Quite

Intel
IBM
X
Novell
X
ATT
Cisco
Mozilla
Microsoft
BEA
Apache
RIM
XML
Corel
Oracle
Nokia
XML
Sun
Sybase
X
X
HP
Xerox
Palm
Adobe
GE
And Net-Centric web services dont work at the
edge
7
XML is Everywhere
Not Quite

Intel
IBM
Novell
Gateway
Expensive, single-purpose gateways between edge
users
Specialized technical knowledge, skills, training
ATT
Cisco
Mozilla
Gateway
Microsoft
BEA
Apache
Limited access to time critical data
RIM
Gateway
XML
Corel
Oracle
Gateway
Gateway
Nokia
XML
Sun
Sybase
Gateway
Gateway
HP
Limited access to net-centric information
Expensive proprietary tools
Xerox
Gateway
Palm
Adobe
GE
Limits interoperability, increases cost, slows
innovation for warfighter
8
The ChallengeXML is great when resources are
plentiful
XML
Plenty of Network Capacity
XML
XML
Plenty of Processing Capacity
XML
XML
XML
Workstation
Personal Computer
XML works fine when there is plenty of bandwidth,
memory, processor power and battery life
9
The Challengebut, not when bandwidth is limited
XML
Limited Network Capacity
XML
XML
XML
XML
XML
Workstation
Personal Computer
but, saturates and denies usage of low bandwidth
networks
10
The Challenge or when processors, memory or
battery life are limited
XML
Narrowband network
Limited Network Capacity
PDA 1
XML
XML
Limited Processing Capacity
Small or embedded device
XML
XML
Workstation
and quickly exhausts the processing capacity of
small, mobile and embedded devices
11
For Example XML Requires 10-100x More Bandwidth
17x More Bandwidth!
10x More Bandwidth!
121x More Bandwidth!
22x More Bandwidth!
Makes net-centric web-services nearly impossible
for tactical users
12
For ExampleRequires 10 times more processing
time
13
Efficient XML
POWER TO THE EDGE
14
A New Approach to Data Optimization
Information Theory
Formal Language Theory
Efficient XML a new breed of technology that
unifies concepts from formal language theory and
information theory
14
15
Efficient XML (EXML) Extends reach of XML to
systems with limited resources
EXML
EXML
Limited Network Capacity
XML
EXML
EXML
EXML
Limited Processing Capacity
Small or embedded device
XML
XML
Efficient XML enables more systems to share more
information using a common, interoperable, widely
adopted data standard
Workstation
Enables systems with limited bandwidth, memory,
processing power and battery to use XML
16
Efficient XML (EXML)and improves CPU usage and
scalability of existing systems
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
Plenty of Network Capacity
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
Plenty of Processing Capacity
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
EXML
Workstation
Personal Computer
extends system lifetime and allows processing
with cheaper, smaller systems
17
Achieves New Levels of Performance
  • A quantum leap in XML bandwidth optimization
  • Simultaneously optimizes
  • Network bandwidth, throughput and scalability
  • Server scalability, throughput and CPU
    utilization
  • Device battery life, storage, heat and
    responsiveness
  • Data center power consumption, heat, bandwidth
  • Requires no proprietary interfaces or protocols

17
18
Supports Most Demanding Applications
  • Works well where previous approaches failed
    (e.g., high volume streams of small messages)
  • Tactical messages (VMF, TDL, IBS, GMTI, etc.)
  • Track data
  • Sensor data
  • Extends Net-Centric Operations to far edge of
    network

44 to 62x Larger!
17 to 23x Larger!
First to consistently meet or beat performance of
custom binary formats
19
Optimizes Open Standards and COTS so they can be
used Everywhere
?
Intel
IBM
?
Novell
ATT
Cisco
Mozilla
?
Microsoft
BEA
Apache
RIM
Corel
?
Oracle
?
Nokia
Sun
Sybase
HP
Xerox
Palm
Adobe
GE
Broad interoperability using inexpensive open
standards and COTS
19
20
Independent Assessment
POWER TO THE EDGE
21
U.S. Air Force (JEFX)
F-15E1 FA-18F1
E-2C XHAWK
SOF Team with BAO Kit
SOF Team with BAO Kit
IBS
Future Combat Systems
BACN
TACSAT
Combat SkySAT
CNET TTNT LOS UHF SATCOM
CoT Routers
TBMCS
Efficient XML
Army PASS
ADSI
AFTRS
BAO Kit
WEEMC
CAOC
JSOTF
Brigade / ASOC (Bullpen)
22
U.S. Air Force (JEFX)
F-15E1 FA-18F1
E-2C XHAWK
The reduction in size and transmission time was
measured at over 99
SOF Team with BAO Kit
SOF Team with BAO Kit
The real winners in JEFX 06 that filled our
capability goals are BACN and Binary XML
IBS
Future Combat Systems
BACN
TACSAT
Combat SkySAT
Recommendation Immediate Fielding
CNET TTNT LOS UHF SATCOM
CoT Routers
TBMCS
Efficient XML
Army PASS
ADSI
AFTRS
BAO Kit
WEEMC
CAOC
JSOTF
Brigade / ASOC (Bullpen)
23
JEFX 06 Performance ExampleHigh volume streams
of small messages
100,000 Efficient XML messages per day
Message size
Stream of 1600 XML events
Efficient XML works well on high volume streams
of small messages typical of tactical applications
24
JEFX 06 Performance ExampleLarge ATOs (100
times smaller!)
5,558,317 bytes
49,516 bytes
On Average, large ATOs are 106 times smaller with
Efficient XML
25
JEFX 06 Performance ExampleTime to transmit
airspace geometries (1.1MB) from AOC to E-2C
aircraft over TTNT network
001
With Efficient XML
223
Without Efficient XML
Click to start transfer speed comparison
Click to stop transfer speed comparison
25
26
U.S. Navy (JRAE)NCES Joint Target Management
(JTM)
C2IEDM
Simulated Tactical Networks 100 mbps 128
kbps 14.4 kbps 4.8 kbps 2.4 kbps
JTM-MIP/C2IEDM Adaptor
JTM-VMF Adaptor
JTM Service
JTM- MIP/C2IEDM Adaptor
JTT
JETS-JTM Adapter
PDA
JETTS
DDACT With VMF
AFATDS-JTM Client
TBMCS
PDA
AFATDS
C2PC
GCCS-M
Micro-Lite Tablet PC Running AFATDS
26
27
U.S. Navy (JRAE)NCES Joint Target Management
(JTM)
Factor of 100x reduction in typical file size
tested in operational scenario
C2IEDM
Simulated Tactical Networks 100 mbps 128
kbps 14.4 kbps 4.8 kbps 2.4 kbps
JTM-MIP/C2IEDM Adaptor
JTM-VMF Adaptor
JTM Service
JTM- MIP/C2IEDM Adaptor
Efficient XML is a transformational capability
JTT
JETS-JTM Adapter
PDA
JETTS
should be incorporated as a standard in all
future data sharing systems ...
DDACT With VMF
AFATDS-JTM Client
TBMCS
PDA
AFATDS
C2PC
GCCS-M
Micro-Lite Tablet PC Running AFATDS
27
28
JRAE 06 Performance ExampleFar less Network
Traffic (1) for a much Shorter Duration
Taken from JRAE 06 Detailed Data Report
28
29
U.S. Army (CERDEC)
As detailed results illustrate, Efficient XML
compression ratio is always better
provides better throughput in bandwidth
constrained network environments
also proved to have faster average decoding
and encoding performance
30
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)Multi-year
Analysis of Leading Solutions
31
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)Multi-year
Analysis of Leading Solutions
The best performer for nearly all test documents
in all application classes
One point that does leap out is that Efficient
XML, in most cases, has a clear advantage over
the others
Adopted interchange protocol as global web
standard for Efficient XML Interchange
32
W3C Performance ExampleConsistently Beats Packed
Binary Formats
33
Additional Advocacy and Adoption
USMC tested, certified and fielded as part of
GCSS-MC
Navy, Air Force and OSD/NII have independently
proposed as DISR standard
USAF is integrating into F-22 and has proposed as
standard for Joint Airborne Networking
XML Security adopted as part of XML Encryption
1.1 and XML Digital Signatures 2.0
JIEDDO is field testing and hopes to deploy this
year
Smart Grid initiative adopted for smart energy
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Efficient XML Summary
Efficiency
Affordability
Interoperability
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Efficient XML Summary
Efficient XML
  • Achieves unprecedented data size and speed
  • Over 100 times smaller and faster in some cases
  • More bandwidth, battery life, storage, memory
  • Less CPU, power, heat

Efficiency
  • One standard data format for all data and all
    devices
  • Efficient enough for most demanding tactical
    environs
  • Plugs transparently into app servers and XML
    interfaces
  • Can interoperate with systems still using
    plain-old-XML
  • Lower application costs
  • Lower integration costs
  • Lower infrastructure costs
  • Replace proprietary binaries with open web
    standards
  • Reduce gateways

Affordability
Interoperability
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