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Posted May 10, 2005

OpenBase, a better kind of SQL?

By Staff

[From IT-Enquirer]

OpenBase International is a medium-sized enterprise with one core product: OpenBase SQL. Mac OS X users may have heard of OpenBase SQL if they use StickyBrain or Daylite. Those two applications rely on OpenBase SQL for storing their data.

When I prepared myself for this article, I went to see what Gartner Group thought of OpenBase. It turned out that the analyst doesn't find anything at all from OpenBase. They don't know the vendor. Yet OpenBase develops and delivers a full-scale SQL database with all the features you would only expect from vendors like Oracle and Sybase, or if you're more into Open Source, from MySQL.

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