OPNET Simulation Graphical User Interface (GUI), a set of XML files or through C library calls, is achieved by Opnet simulation in their initial configuration (topology setup, parameter setting).
We have signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)in a number of colleges and universities all over India. We also are giving our full support and guidance to the CS, IT, ECE, EEE students.
And also, we are developing our projects, which are fully followed by the reputed international journals such as IEEE, springs, Science Direct, etc.
The Opnet simulation is performed with the help of the OPNET technique, which is originally developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and now 1987 has become commercial software.
The modeling of communication networks and distributed systems are supported by a comprehensive development environment that is provided by our Opnet simulation.
By performing discrete event simulations, we also can analyze both behavior and performance of the modeled system with the help of Opnet simulation.
Our dedicated developers have fully-fledged knowledge in programming languages such as C, C++, and JAVA. And also, they are doing and done lots of projects in Opnet simulation using C and C++ programming languages.
The main programming language used in Opnet simulation is C (recent releases support C++ development). The graphical interface for writing the code and the step for writing the codes are offered by the Opnet simulation.
And our recent added feature is an online execution facility (Team viewer, Skype), which is offered by our organization. In each and every year, we are updating our new titles and profiles about recent projects and technologies. Hence, it is important that different domains impose management constraints, which are to be taken into account.
The policy-based approach for user-controlled light path provisioning is also a part of Opnet simulation. The customer-empowered networks are realized to builds on the research around the new signaling approaches.
The e2e light paths are established by Web Services, which allows users or Grid applications, which is based on architecture over multiple autonomous systems. The Cisco equipment proves the viability of our approach, which is composed of a small network that had been implemented by the signaling.
Now we are doing a number of ongoing projects on Opnet simulation. Our organization is providing guidance to both Engineering and Arts and Science (undergraduate and postgraduate) students for their final year projects.
These Opnet simulation projects are also carried in our various branches such as Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, and Trivandrum. And we are giving our support on holidays too, which means 365 days are working day because of our client’s satisfaction.
TSI (TeraScale Supernova Initiative) is an interdisciplinary effort of nuclear physicists, astrophysicists, applied mathematicians, and computer scientists.
The state of the art nuclear and weak interaction physics planning is implemented by multidimensional hydrodynamics, magnetohydrodynamics, and radiation hydrodynamics simulations.
The roles of neutrino transport, stellar convection and rotation, and magnetic fields in the supernova mechanism are understood by Opnet simulation.
The large sparse linear systems of equations are giving the solution to the scalable algorithms, which also arise in radiation transport applications, and a customized collaborative visualization environment will be developed.
TSI’s latest results and future efforts will be discussed in the process,
The TeraScale Supernova Initiative from the DoE
High Energy and Nuclear Physics and Mathematics, Information, and Computational Sciences SciDAC Programs are funded by grants.