ANTs hoping to ruin Oracle's picnic

September 19, 2006


Executives at ANTs Software Inc. are hoping that hefty licensing fees generally associated with Oracle's namesake database management system (DBMS) will prompt customers to take a look at the Ants Data Server (ADS), a high performance database that was designed to replace or compliment Oracle and other DBMS market leaders like MySQL, Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server.

ANTs argues that ADS, which includes a SQL query execution engine, can typically be deployed on fewer servers than competitors, giving it the potential to lower hardware, software and system administration costs.

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