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Posted Oct 27, 2003

An Ensemble Cast For The Database

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From internetnews.com]

For 25 years, InterSystems' bread-and-butter product has been its InterSystems Cache database. Next week, officials will unveil a front-end component to its database integrating it with any type of application that runs on the enterprise network.

Ensemble is the culmination of a year of research and six months of testing after InterSystems customers kept asking for an interface and integrator to bind its databases with enterprise applications developed by companies like SAP, PeopleSoft and Oracle.

It's an area the Cambridge, Mass., company thinks it can compete effectively: many of the larger companies today are pitching an all-in-one software package for the enterprise and not many are willing (or financially able) to pick up the cost.

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