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Schneider Electric expands market for building automation systems, using eXtremeDB-based smart devices. Get details.

At ESE Kongress, McObject CEO Steve Graves to deliver technical presentation, "Dynamic Memory Allocation: Justifiably Taboo?" Learn more.

How does a phone call or text message find its destination in a split second? With help from the eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System! Read the interview.

TradeStation: McObject's DBMS powers innovation in next-gen order execution system for securities trading. Read the news.

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Today's device-based, embedded and real-time systems require sophisticated data storage. Growth in features and connectivity demands that connected high-tech gear store, access and manipulate complex data efficiently and reliably, while maintaining an overall small footprint.

Typically, marketplace concerns dictate a small footprint for these devices’ embedded software. Other markets, including real-time enterprise and financial systems, require SQL as an embedded database interface.

The eXtremeDB in-memory database and hybrid eXtremeDB Fusion in-memory/on-disk database provide a real-time, cost-effective embedded database solution markets including these:

Telecom & Networking
Aerospace & Defense
Consumer Electronics
Industrial & Process Control
Energy & Smart Grid
Mobile Database
Web services (persistent memory caching)
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