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  • IIOP.NET - Incorporates CORBA/IIOP support into .NET, leveraging the remoting framework. This allows seamless interoperation between .NET, CORBA and J2EE distributed objects.
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  • JacORB - Free CORBA 2.x compliant ORB written in Java. [Open Source, LGPL]
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  • MICO Is CORBA - Freely available and fully compliant C++ implementation of the CORBA 2.2 standard. [Open Source, GPL/LGPL]
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  • omniORB - A robust, high-performance CORBA 2 compliant ORB for C++. [Open Source, GPL/LGPL]
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  • opalORB - A CORBA 3.0 implementation that follows the "CORBA/e Micro Profile" recommended subset and is completely written in Perl. [Open Source]
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  • OpenORB - A community fork of OpenORB. Provides a Java implementation of the CORBA 2.4.2 specification. [Open Source]
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  • ORBacus - A robust, full-featured, multithreaded ORB for C++ and Java which includes complete source code and is free for non-commercial use. (IONA)
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  • Orbix - IONA's implementation is CORBA 2.5 compliant with early support for certain CORBA 3.0 features.
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  • TAO - Commercially supported version of the freely available ACE ORB for C++. (Object Computing, Inc.)
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  • Varadhi - C++ Object Request Broker for embedded systems that conforms to OMG's Minimum-CORBA specification. Designed for a small footprint, high performance, and easy configurability. (Sankhya Technologies)
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  • VBOrb - Written entirely in Visual Basic 5. [Open Source, LGPL]
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