our company is going to develop a new product prototype (to be exactly mainly my colleague, me and and an external colleague).
My colleague did some first test today and noticed that in 1s we are going to produce about 200KB data in text format (in binary not yet tested). That would be about 700MB/h, which is way to much. First thing I suggested is compression, so...
... a question to the experts here, which is the fastest in memory compression library, which fulfulls also the following aspects:
- the library should be the fastest one (real time)
- c/c++ (target system is an embedded linux ARM environment, 1Ghz, 512MB RAM)
- open source
- licence allows commercial use
Thank you in advance
Oh yeah, forgot to mention: we have to deliver the first prototype at the end of July ... "sounds like fun"