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What is a Distributed Database System?  Read the Internet of Things Agenda, Tech Target article by McObject CEO Steve Graves. 

McObject’s eXtremeDB named Outstanding Structured Database by Computing’s highly-respected Big Data Excellence Awards.
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XtremeDB running on E8 Storage sets multiple records in STAC benchmark tests.  Read the press release

New eXtremeDB v.8.0 Financial Edition for HPC offers excellent performance and a host of new features. Read the press release

On Time Series Analysis and Big Data. Read the interview with Andrei Gorine

McObject shortlisted in Outstanding Structured Database category in Computing Big Data Excellence Awards. Read the press release.

IoT Global Awards Shortlists McObject in Two Categories. Read the press release.


A McObject Focus—What’s Changing in the Satellite Industry? Read the article in SatMagazine

McObject records another year of impressive innovation and development. 
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XtremeDB v.8.0 adds a suite of new features for the Internet of Things. 
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BlueScope Chooses McObject's eXtremeDB for its Plate Mill Control System. Learn more.

GoldenSource and McObject Launch Fastest RegTech EDM Solution. Learn more

Big Data & IoT Excellence Awards Shortlist eXtremeDB. Click here to learn more.

Sandvine Upgrades to McObject's eXtremeDB. Read the press release.

ViaSat Selects eXtremeDB from McObject to Optimize Metrics Data from its Satellite Ground Network.
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Read "Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Database Usage in Rail Systems" Insight.Tech.com eXtremeDB goes rolling into the fog.

Read the ODBMS.org article, "On the Challenges and Opportunities of the IoT, Interview with Steve Graves". 

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XtremeDB Financial Edition DBMS sweeps records in Big Data benchmark. Get details.
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eXtremeSQL embedded database SQL interface

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Explore the key eXtremeDB features that enable developers to create the most advanced software applications using McObject's real-time database technology.

McObject's eXtremeSQL™ embedded database interface is a high-performance implementation of the SQL database programming language for eXtremeDB (including eXtremeDB Fusion). eXtremeDB combined with eXtremeSQL is an ideal solution for application development in fields where real-time responsiveness is a must and SQL is the dominant database language.

eXtremeSQL adds support for the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) standard to eXtremeDB databases, expanding eXtremeDB’s ability to share data with systems ranging from mainframes to servers to desktop applications, and enabling development using an open and familiar database API. eXtremeSQL also provides a type 3, version 4 JDBC driver.

Benefits of using eXtremeSQL include...


Co-exists with native eXtremeDB. Use eXtremeSQL alongside the eXtremeDB embedded database API in the same application, to take advantage of both maximum performance and higher level access.

Support for ODBC and broad coverage of the SQL-89 standard. eXtremeSQL provides Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) support and implements much of the ANSI SQL-89 specification.

Extensions to exploit eXtremeDB features and data types. eXtremeSQL implements eXtremeDB-specific extensions including support for structures, arrays and vectors, as well as query optimizations based on specific eXtremeDB capabilities.

Compatible with all eXtremeDB editions (except eXtremeDB Kernel Mode).

No client/server inter-process communications. Like eXtremeDB, eXtremeSQL is embedded in the application, eliminating client/server inter-process communication round-trips and resulting in breakthrough performance.

Interactive SQL utility, eXQL. For testing SQL statements independently from application programs, and for batch processing. eXQL supports eXtremeDB-specific commands, such as "report" and "save." Full source code for the utility is provided