InfoCyclone boosts database performance

September 2, 2003

[From InfoWorld]

Oracle customers who run complex queries on their databases but can't afford the related drag in performance may find relief in a new product due in October from Tel Aviv-based startup InfoCyclone Inc.

The company's server appliance aims to improve database performance by storing frequently accessed data in its main memory, offloading work from the main server. The first appliances will be offered with 4GB and 16GB of memory, priced at $50,000 and $150,000, respectively.

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