ParaDiOx (Parallel Distributed Ox) is a software product that makes use of distributed computer capacity when performing mathematical calculations in the program environment called Ox. By using the Message Passing Interface (MPI) to communicate, ParaDiOx becomes a very stable and dynamic tool for parallel computing.

ParaDiOx was developed by a group of students from the Royal Institute of Technology, attending a course called 2D1954 - Program Development Project. The project founder was Anders Karlström. For further information about the project, please click on information.