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Posted Aug 28, 2010

Algebraix Analytic Database Receives Patent for Data Storage and Retrieval Methods

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

“This is our third patent protecting the company’s intellectual property used in A2DB,” said Charlie Silver, CEO of Algebraix Data, about the patent the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has just given to the company for its data storage and retrieval methods using data model mapping. “Algebraix has made a leap ahead in databases for analytics and these patents will protect the inventions that are at the heart of the next generation of data management technologies.” The methods just patented allow Algebraix Data Corporation’s Advanced Analytic Database (A2DB) to create the algebraic relations that are used throughout its features, which include storing and retrieving data in various formats, as well as evaluating and optimizing database structures based on common queries.
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