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Posted Mar 1, 2005

New Version of ANTs Data Server Offers Rapid DBMS Application Conversion

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From ANTs software inc.]

T-SQL and PL/SQL Compatibility Significantly Reduces Porting Effort; New Features Make High Performance DBMS Enterprise-Ready

BURLINGAME, Calif., February 28, 2005 - ANTs software, inc. (OTCBB:ANTS), a developer of high-performance SQL database management systems, today revealed the newest release of its flagship relational database management system, the ANTs Data Server version 3.0, with new features that can significantly reduce application porting effort and provide important enterprise-ready capabilities such as replication and remote management, all while providing up to 15 times the speed of conventional relational databases. Being first in the industry to support both Sybase/Microsoft (Transact-SQL) and Oracle (PL/SQL) languages for stored procedures and triggers, ANTs Data Server 3.0 can reduce application porting effort from months to weeks.

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