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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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McObject’s new eXtremeDB® v.7.1 offers better speed, enhanced security and greater flexibility. Learn more.

Read "Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Database Usage in Rail Systems" Insight.Tech.com eXtremeDB
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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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Terabyte-Plus In-Memory Database Benchmark

Terabyte-Plus In-Memory Database System (IMDS) Benchmark -- Complete Report
(22-page full report - registration required)

Terabyte-Plus In-Memory Database System (IMDS) Benchmark Brief
(4-page synopsis - no registration required)

In-memory database systems (IMDSs) hold out the promise of breakthrough performance for time-sensitive, data-intensive tasks. Yet IMDSs’ compatibility with very large databases (VLDBs) has been largely uncharted. This benchmark analysis fills the information gap and pushes the boundaries of IMDS size and performance. Using McObject’s 64-bit eXtremeDB-64, the application creates a 1.17 Terabyte, 15.54 billion row database on a 160-core Linux-based SGI® Altix® 4700 server. It measures time required for database provisioning, backup and restore. In SELECT, JOIN and SUBQUERY tests, benchmark results range as high as 87.78 million query transactions per second. The report also examines efficiency in utilizing all of the test bed system’s 160 processors. The full report includes complete database schema, relevant application source code and additional analysis.