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Nokia develops Tarantool-based automation module from Mail.ru for IOC

Friday 29 November 2019 | 14:20 CET | News

Russian internet company Mail.ru Group has announced that Nokia has developed a Tarantool-based system to automate IIoT innovations in Russia. The software enhances Nokia’s Integrated Operations Centre (IOC) platform capabilities to work with Edge Cloud applications. Tarantool is an open-source product designed by Mail.Ru Group for high-speed request processing and can perform millions of transactions per second on the cheapest single-core commodity server.

The system was developed by the Nokia Innovation IoT Laboratory in Skolkovo (Moscow), which drives prototyping and piloting of IoT services for the Russian market.

Moderate processor and memory requirements make the service compatible with any infrastructure, from powerful servers to devices with ARM processors. Thanks to high processing speed, the platform is suitable for designing and implementing Industry 4.0 products, including applications for 5G networks, where efficiency is measured by the speed of signal transmission and processing.

The partners are open to collaboration and joint projects with industry participants across the Russian ecosystem.

Tarantool DBMS has been developed by Mail.Ru Group and used internally for almost nine years. It combines high processing speed typical of caching functions (like Memcached or Redis) with the reliability of such industrial-level systems as Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL. It is open-source software distributed under the BSD licence.




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Categories: IT
Companies: Mail.ru / Nokia
Countries: Russian Federation
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