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Posted Jul 12, 2004

Linux gains in-memory database for telecom, servers

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From LinuxDevices.com]

The world's number two telecom RTOS vendor Enea has continued its adoption of Linux, adding a Linux port to the latest version of its real-time, fault-tolerant in-memory relational database management system (RDBMS). Polyhedra 5.1 also features an improved Java API. It targets data management applications such as process-control, telemetry, and remote monitoring, as well as telecommunications, data communications, and server equipment.

According to Enea, Polyhedra 5.1 couples the benefits of a SQL database with several unique features. For example, Polyhedra enables client applications to launch "active" queries that return ongoing, up-to-date results as live data change, resulting in a "fully current display of data as it is being generated and stored." This feature makes Polyhedra useful in situations requiring alarm reporting or configuration change reporting, the company says.

The article continues at http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS9363097278.html



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