Remedy IT delivers products based on open source and open standards

Our product suite includes DDS, CORBA, CCM, and D&C implementations. We deliver our products for a wide range of operating systems and programming languages, such as C++, C++11, Java and Ruby.

Remedy IT is developing more and more C++11 based products, as well as products based on CCM, DnC, DDS and UCM.


Remedy IT in a nutshell



Our specialists can assist you on a temporary and flexible basis as:

  • consultant

  • software engineer

  • software architect

  • project manager



Remedy IT releases dedicated AXCIOMA website

Remedy IT has released a dedicated website for AXCIOMA, the component framework for distributed, real-time, and embedded systems. On this website all information and resources related to AXCIOMA are published online.Visit our new AXCIOMA website


RTI and Remedy IT announce partnership

RTI, the Industrial Internet of Things connectivity platform company, today announced a global partnership with Remedy IT. Remedy IT has integrated RTI Connext® DDS into their AXCIOMA product.

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New AXCIOMA v0.5.0 release

AXCIOMA is the component framework for distributed, real-time, and embedded systems

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New TAOX11 v1.4.0 release

We are pleased to announce that a new TAOX11 release including Windows and Linux evaluation packages is now available at



New 1.5.1 release of R2CORBA

Remedy IT is pleased to announce a new release of R2CORBA, an implementation of the Ruby CORBA Language mapping (RCLM). This software is provided as open source.


New ACE 6.3.1 and TAO 2.3.1 release

Remedy IT has coordinated the release of ACE 6.3.1 and TAO 2.3.1. Our team has implemented a lot of improvements and fixes.



Extension X11 suite with LwCCM support

Remedy IT is pleased to announce that it will extend its X11 suite with LwCCM support!


Remote Support contracts extended

Remedy IT has broadened its remote support contracts (RS) with the RS_SLA contract.



Remedy IT delivers consultancy for DDS

Remedy IT is pleased to announce that starting with the release of OpenDDS 3.1 they provide commercial services for DDS



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