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History
Did you know?     CORBA History View a history of the revisions made to the Common Object Request Broker Architecture™ (CORBA®) Specifications.

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Vendors
Explore     CORBA Vendor View a directory of vendors of CORBA-compliant products.

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CORBA
Vendor
Resources
Adopted Profiles     CORBA/e Resources Industry-Standard Middleware for Distributed Real-time & Embedded (DRE)Computing.

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Specifications
MIDDLEWARE     CORBA Specifications Being an open standard, you can buy implementations specialized for different purposes, from many different vendors.

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Beginners
Learn more     CORBA for Beginners If you want to understand CORBA, this is the place to start!

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Download
Get it now     Free Downloads Now you can see CORBA middleware in action in various ways! Here we have some CORBA freeware, shareware and demos.

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What is CORBA?

CORBA® is the acronym for Common Object Request Broker Architecture™, OMG®'s open, vendor-independent architecture and infrastructure that computer applications use to work together over networks.

What is CORBA good for?

CORBA is useful in many situations. CORBA works behind the scenes in the computer rooms of many of the world's largest websites; ones that you probably use every day.

CORBA Standards

OMG's best support for server-side scalability comes from the CORBA Component Model. The over 400 attendees at each OMG meeting make it a happening as well as an occasion to advance the OMG specification suite.