Tuscarora Framework

Tuscarora Framework is now Open Source

Tuscarora is a framework for developing highly scalable and portable Network Patterns (NP) and applications. The Framework serves as the narrow waist of the system, decoupling the Application Layer and the Network Patterns from the underlying radio and hardware platform, enabling portability, scalability and extensibility. The source has been released on GitHub at https://github.com/Samraksh/Tuscarora/. Tuscarora was partly funded by DARPA.

 It can used deployed standalone on most compute devices or along with the ns3 network simulator (https://www.nsnam.org/). It is written from scratch in C++, with very little library dependencies. All one needs is a C++ compiler.  An embedded version of the framework is under development for small foot print devices and is expected to be available towards the end of 2017.

 For installation, usage and documentation, please refer to https://github.com/Samraksh/Tuscarora/wiki/Documentation.

 For more information about Tuscarora, questions or if you would like to contribute to the Framework, write to us at Tuscarora-support@samraksh.com.