EtherDATA

Completely written in C, EtherDATA is a data network architecture and implementation designed and optimize for low power wireless sensor devices. EtherDATA turns a network of low power sensor nodes into a JSON database.

A data network architecture and implementation optimized for low power, wireless devices.

EtherDATA turns a network of low power sensor nodes into a JSON database

Designed to abstract data references for small, heterogeneous systems

Network Transparency

Distributed, replicated data

Seamless protection and management of data in challenging networking environments

As small as 5k bytes ROM and < 128 bytes RAM

Fragmentation Transparency

  • Small-embedded systems do not have the resources to store all the data accessible by the system and any database must be fragmented across the network nodes. EtherDATA hides this fragmentation from the application.

Logical Data Independence

  • EtherDATA data objects are described and accessed via an external schema.

Physical Data Independence

  • EtherDATA data objects are stored and referenced by a logical to physical mapping defined by the system and hidden from the application.

Network Transparency

  • EtherDATA can be implemented over a variety of networking technologies including, but not limited to TCP/IP, Ethernet and Wireless using a variety of node architectures. The details of communication and node architecture are hidden from the application.

Replication Transparency

  • Data replication improves the locality of reference and improves the redundancy of access in the event of failure. EtherDATA data objects are transparently replicated across all the nodes, or groups of nodes, in network.
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