Alex Varshavsky, CEO, Talksum
Today, we announced our support for ASN.1, which is a notation that falls under a joint standard of the ISO/IEC JTC 1, as well as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), which is a United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies. According to the ITU website, “ASN.1 is a formal notation used for describing data transmitted by telecommunications protocols, regardless of language implementation and physical representation of these data, whatever the application, whether complex or very simple.”
The ASN.1 notation reminds me a lot of our Talksum Data Stream Router (TDSR) solution because the notation works with any language implementation, any physical representation of the data, and any application – whether complex or very simple. The high-performance, real-time TDSR can work with any type of data, different systems, different protocols, changing regulations, policy and compliance standards, and, as with the ASN.1 notation, can scale up or down as needed for the respective application.
Also like the ASN.1 notation, the TDSR is a horizontal solution that can be applied to many vertical markets – wherever Big Data is required. From the ITU website:
“Every time that you place an 800-number call ASN.1 is used. Every time you buy something on the web ASN.1 is used. Every time you send secure email, ASN.1 is used. Almost every time you use a multimedia product such as Microsoft NetMeeting, ASN.1 is in use. The latest generation of aviation control systems for ground-ground and aircraft-ground communications employ ASN.1. Companies such as Federal Express use ASN.1 in tracking their packages. ASN.1 is used by electric and gas utilities to control the latest generation of substations and transformers. And so on…”
The TDSR can be applied to a myriad of markets as well, including network monitoring and optimization, media services, telematics, healthcare and medical, energy and utilities, financial services, scientific discovery, and so on…