ITTIA's New RDMi Release Extends Data Access Capabilities

November 6, 2002

RDMi 3.2 opens the data pipeline for users and developers of RDM-based applications

ITTIA announced yesterday the release of the RDMi version 3.2 data access tool for Raima Database Manager (RDM). With the release of RDMi 3.2, ITTIA raises the bar in all areas of support. Now the read/write data access features of RDMi are available for applications based on RDM versions 6.x, 5.x and 4.x. Even applications developed with db.vista 3.21 are supported for ODBC read operations.

RDMi 3.2 now offers extensive UNIX operating system support, including support for Solaris, SCO, HP-UX, AIX and Linux. On the Windows side, support for Windows XP environments is now available. This heightened level of OS support adds to RDMi's existing support for Windows 98/2000/ME/NT and the popular QNX and VxWorks real-time operating systems (RTOS).

In addition to supporting more RDM versions and operating systems, RDMi 3.2 also enhances the user experience. Noteworthy improvements include enhanced error checking and handling plus an automated installation routine.

One of the primary reasons for using RDM is the database's powerful, core level "d_" API. ITTIA's RDMi 3.2 builds on this RDM feature, ensuring the expected level of database efficiency while providing industry-standard data access. Similarly, RDMi 3.2 takes full advantage of RDM's combined network/B-tree data architecture. ITTIA's RDMi 3.2 offers the performance and flexibility users expect from the established RDM product, while extending new options for data migration and exchange.

A fully functional 30-day evaluation version of RDMi 3.2 is available from ITTIA's website at http://www.ITTIA.com.

The complete press release is available at http://www.ittia.com/press_releases/PR10282002_RDMi.shtml.


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