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Articles about Database Management for the Professional Developer

McObject is proud to employ some of the best database management system specialists in the field.  We invite you to read their published articles.

McObject’s embedded database technology is the subject of many articles, by customers, journalists and our own engineers. We invite you to browse our extensive library of published articles about database management topics.  


Recent Articles

Chart of transaction timelines for conventional and real-time databases in several scenarios.

Buy vs. Build for Time-Critical Sensor Data Fusion

What exactly is “real-time”? This article looks at its permutations and offers insight into time-critical sensor data fusion and its role in database systems. Read the article in

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On Benchmarking Time Series Database Systems for Monitoring Applications. Q&A with Abdelouahab Khelifati and Mourad Khayati

December 18, 2023  “Time Series Database Systems (TSDBs) are specialized database systems designed to efficiently manage high-frequencytime series data. Unlike relational database systems, TSDBs rely on the general assumption that queries do not target individual tuples but summarized entries in a time interval.”

Andrei Gorine, CTO and co-founder of McObject

On Real-time Databases. Q&A with Andrei Gorine and Steve Graves

October 9, 2023  “Another rapidly evolving concept is real-time mixed criticality systems that integrate components with different levels of criticality onto a single computing platform.”


Shared Data in Asymmetric Multiprocessing (AMP) Configurations

August 23, 2023  Heterogeneous systems have two or more cores with different instruction set architectures with more than one operating system running on the device. By dividing tasks between different processors, heterogeneous system designs cover multiple requirements such as energy efficiency, performance and safety, and make them fit for real-time critical applications.


The Data in Hard Real-time SCADA Systems Lets Companies Do More with Less

August 11, 2023. The latest database technology allows the capture and utilization of previously out of reach data found in mission-critical SCADA systems. Read the article in

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Latest embedded DBMS supports asymmetric multiprocessing systems

May 24,2023.  McObject’ latest eXtremeDB/rt 1.2 release supports heterogenous architectures with different CPU architectures executing different operating systems and have a large amount of shared memory.  Read the article.

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Real-time database systems are not actually real-time. Unless they are.

January 31, 2023.  A blog post by McObject CEO Steve Graves. Many real-time systems need a database. However, choosing one can be challenging depending on performance requirements. Find the full text at

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Dogmatic views on safe languages used for mission- and safety-critical applications

December 20, 2022.  A blog post by McObject CTO Andrei Gorine, highlighting a few challenges and sharing a few lessons learned about memory management in embedded applications for safety-critical system development, reliability and dependability.  Find the full text at

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Soft v Hard Real-time Systems

November 4, 2022.  This short article emphasizing distinctions important to developers of safety- and mission-critical hard real-time systems.  Read more at  

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C is Alive and Well

July 30, 2022.  This article is a counterpoint by McObject CTO Andrei Gorine to an article published on Embedded, “Is It Time to Retire C?” Read our reply at

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What is and what isn’t a hard real-time database system?

May 29, 2022 blog post. Surprisingly, it’s not as simple as it sounds, but perhaps we could start by defining a few terms.  Learn more at

Podcast Debate: Database Speed and Security on the IoT

Podcast Debate: Database Speed and Security on the IoT

April 29, 2022 Does storing data on the edge minimize or increase data security risk? (Spoiler: we think it increases data security risk.)  Read the debate at

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On Embedded Database Management Systems. Q&A with Christopher J. Mureen

April 1, 2022  “Since the inception and creation of eXtremeDB, McObject has taken the view that a DBMS should be flexible to address all developer requirements.” Read more at

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On Using In Memory Database. Interview with Jonah H. Harris

March 21, 2022 “Whether it’s adding features, fixing bugs, or improving performance, it all comes down to the quality of the code.”–Jonah H. Harris.

AI and ML research is rapidly growing. Staying on top of those advancements to identify key strategic opportunities and improvements that deliver novel and strategic solutions, which solidify our position as leaders in personal connection, is paramount.  Read the rest at

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Embedded Databases in Real-Time Systems

March 14, 2022, Real-time systems are evolving at an incredible rate. Real-time systems used to be relatively simple, like the anti-lock braking systems in aircraft and, later, automobiles. Today, real-time systems are more complex. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are kind of the poster child.  Learn more in the article in Circuit Cellar.

11 Myths About In-Memory Database Systems

11 Myths About In-Memory Database Systems

February 14, 2022, In-memory database systems have become popular and commonplace in the 2000s. Nevertheless, misinformation and misunderstandings still abound about the technology. This article in Electronic Design will attempt to set the record straight.

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Embedded Executive: Steve Graves, President and CEO, McObject

January, 2022  Read the interview reviewing key concepts in real-time computing at,

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Databases in Hard Real Time

October 15, 2021 McObject Launches True Real-Time Deterministic Database for embOS Real-time Operating System Applications, read the article at

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On eXtremeDB/rt. Q&A with Steven Graves

By Roberto Zicari October 7, 2021.  “Real-time analytics has nothing to do with real-time systems.”  Read the blog.

eXtremeDB/rt deterministic DBMS

McObject CEO Steve Graves will be presenting “Real-Time Database Management in Mission and Safety-Critical Applications” at the 14th ESE Kongress, digital.

This presentation will review the important distinctions of a deterministic real-time database management system, and crucial features for systems that cannot miss deadlines.  Read more in, or please find his talk in this schedule.

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Keeping A Mission-Critical Deterministic DBMS On Time

Open-source and commercial database management systems (DBMSs) have been used in embedded systems for more than 20 years. For the most part, developers don’t even debate whether to buy or build their own DBMS for embedded systems; that component is almost always bought.  Get the news from

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Real-time tasks need real-time data

Hard real-time systems are following the same trajectory as embedded and soft real-time systems: They’re more elaborate systems that are being required to do more with more data that’s more complex. Historically, real-time system developers have had to separate database management from hard real-time tasks, do without, or develop their own real-time database management.  Read the Wind River blog.

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Code Size vs. Memory Footprint And Why They Matter

The terms “code size” and “footprint” are often used interchangeably. But they are not the same—code size is a subset of footprint. In this article, McObject CEO Steve Graves explains the difference and relevance. He then describes some techniques to minimize footprint.  Read more in Circuit Cellar

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Change Data Capture in Embedded Databases

Change Data Capture (CDC) is broadly defined as tracking changes in a database. The purposes of tracking changes are many and varied. CDC in embedded database systems can be implemented in several different ways that are sometimes invisible to applications, and ways that applications can exploit for data sharing, responding to events, and incremental back up.  Read the article in Embedded Computing Design.

Comparing Optimistic and Pessimistic Concurrency

Usually (with rare exception), a database is a shared resource, meaning that it is used concurrently by two or more tasks. This leads us to the topic of concurrency control; i.e. how do we coordinate a tasks’ access to the database?  This is part-and-parcel of providing a database management system that adheres to the ACID properties.  Read the article.

The importance of distributed databases for the Internet of Things

With IoT applications, the need for data volume in databases can increase rapidly. Time and space efficient use of logical databases is crucial. So-called distributed databases play an important role here – but which approach is the most suitable for IoT applications?  Read this article on (Page will translate)

McObject eXtremeDB Embedded Database System

When choosing your embedded database, areas that truly matter and distinguish solutions are write speed, automatic synchronization at scale, and an architecture that skillfully contends with nodes when they are offline.  Read the article from MCG Global Services.

Distributed Database Systems’ Relevance to the Internet of Things

This paper will cover the types of distributed database systems in the context of edge, fog and cloud computing, explain “when, how and why” the data is distributed, and why those details make certain distributed database systems applicable (or not) to specific needs in edge, fog and cloud computing.  Read the article on

IoT: Implications on Database Management

Steven Graves, President and CEO of McObject, will be speaking at the ESE Conference on 3 December at 8:50 AM.  IoT: Implications on Database Management is about the meteoric rise of the IoT ecosystem has put pressure on database management system vendors to keep up with the technical challenges and to differentiate themselves in a large pool of possible solutions.  Read the article on

The 10 Most Scalable Cloud Solution Providers of 2019

September 23, 2019 Mirror Review McObject LLC: Providing Cloud-Based Powerful Database Management Systems For Enterprises Read the article.

Embedded Database Systems in the Age of IoT

June, 2019 circuit cellular Tech the Future guest article by McObject CEO Steve Graves Read the article.

The 10 Most Innovative Big Data Analytics Companies

May 20, 2019 Analytics Insight Organisations all around the globe have started adopting optimised technologies for the ideal use of resources to pave the way for growth and success. The whole network working in a digital savvy ecosystem has one core thing – that is data…  Read the article.

And the Best in Show Winners Are…

May 20, 2019 Embedded Computing One of the main events of last week’s IoT World Conference and Expo was Embedded Computing Design’s Best in Show Award announcements. Eight entries were deemed to be worthy of awards, which were on display at the event.  Read the article.

Notes on IoT Database Management – Part 2

May 7, 2019 Embedded Computing Design guest blog written by our own CTO Andrei Gorine. Part 2 addresses security issues and code quality.  Read the article.

Notes on IoT Database Management – Part 1

April 30, 2019 Embedded Computing Design guest blog written by our own CTO Andrei Gorine. Part 1 addresses some of the IoT challenges that IoT engineers and database management system vendors must address to create successful systems.  Read the article.

What is a Distributed Database System?

August 30, 2018 IoT Agenda.TechTarget by McObject CEO Steve Graves.  An in-depth article about three use cases integral to the deployment of scalable and reliable IoT systems.  Read more.

On Time Series Analysis and Big Data. Interview with Andrei Gorine

May 6, 2018 by Roberto V. Zicari, An interview with Andrei Gorine, Chief Technical Officer and McObject co-founder.  Interview topics include time series analysis, “in-chip” analytics, efficient Big Data processing, and the STAC M3 Kanaga Benchmark. Read more.

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

January 18, 2018 SatMagazine, By Steve Graves, Chief Executive Officer, McObject  The satellite industry could be said to be facing three challenges: the extreme environment in which satellites operate, the cost of getting the satellites into orbit and the cost of failing to get the satellites into orbit — these three challenges make the data that satellites collect exceptionally valuable.  Read more.

The Internet of Things, Database Systems and Data Distribution, Part Two

November 16, 2017 by McObject CEO Steve Graves.  In Part Two, Steve explores data distribution considerations between edge devices, gateways and servers in the cloud.  Read more.

The Internet of Things, Database Systems and Data Distribution, Part One

November 9, 2017 by McObject CEO Steve Graves.  In Part One, Steve explores data management considerations on edge devices, gateways and in the cloud.  Read more.

The Industry Discusses MiFID II, Part I

October 30, 2017 John Lothian News  Filmed at the 33rd FIA Expo in mid-October, a variety of industry participants, including Ian Hillier-Brook, CEO of MCO Europe, about upcoming milestones and trends in financial markets. Click here to watch.  4:52 minutes

The Internet of Insurance Things

August 2, 2017 by McObject CEO Steve Graves. How will the IoT affect the insurance industry with all the tools it can provide?  Read more.


Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Database Usage in Rail Systems, – February 1, 2017  As rail systems generate more data, developers need to rethink where and how they process information. Legacy systems moved data to the control center for analysis, but modern systems often keep this functionality on the train. Read more.


2016 Articles

2016’s TOP STORIES: Gartner’s 19 In-memory Databases for Big Data Analytics, – December 13, 2016


MCO Europe: Extreme Data Storage, colt – August 11, 2016


On the Challenges and Opportunities of IoT. Interview with Steve Graves, ODBMS Industry Watch – July 6, 2016


Enabling the IoT for Pre-IoT Infrastructure, Embedded Computing Design – May 12, 2016


The IoT Technology Piece No One Is Talking About, Embedded Computing Design – March 24, 2016


Memory Muscle, Banking Technology – February 4, 2016

2015 Articles


McObject Burgers Up For Python Pickles, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – October 29, 2014


IMDSs Bring Off-the-Shelf Database Software to the Electronics Mainstream, Electronic Design – October 22, 2014


8 Fundamentals You Need to Know About Data Persistence and In-Memory Computing, IT Toolbox, Inside ERP Blog – October 13, 2014


Pipe-lining Time Series Calculations for Cache Efficiency, TimeStored blog – September 8, 2014


In-Memory Database Systems, NVDIMMs and Data Durability, EDN – July 23, 2014


Big Data: Three Questions to McObject, Industry Watch Blog – February 14, 2014


McObject Positioned in Gartner’s Operational DBMS Magic Quadrant, AutomatedTrader – February 5, 2014

Interview: Jeff Chang and Steve Graves Cover In-Memory Databases, Electronic Design – December 17, 2013


Non-Volatile DIMM as Storage, In-Memory Database, – October 17, 2013


AGIGARAM NVDIMM Saves Data Through System Failure, – October 7, 2013


Q & A: McObject’s Steve Graves on Vectors, CPU Cache and Pipelining to Boost Analytics Performance, – September 24, 2013


Can iOS Developers Move Beyond SQL?, Dr. Dobbs Journal – September 18, 2013


Briefly: Official iPhone 5S Case Rumor, eXtremeDB for iOS, MacNN – September 10, 2013


Cloud-Based Hotel Management- Interview with Keith Gruen, Industry Watch Blog – July 25, 2013


Reliable Safety-Critical Software at Design West 2013, Electronic Design’s alt.embedded blog – April 23, 2013


Kove, Fultech, and McObject Demonstrate 65+ Terabytes per Hour in Real-Time Risk Solution, – March 18, 2013


“Buy” Over “Build”: The Military Systems Migration Mantra, Military Embedded Systems – March 12, 2013


Smart Grid Technologies: Powering the Orkneys, Micro Technology Europe – February 4, 2013


In-Memory Data Grids See 2013 as a Big Year, SD Times – January 17, 2013


The 12 Days Of Data Trends: an IT Exec’s Outlook For 2013, Forbes – December 14, 2012


McObject, Dell, Mellanox, Kove Set Record STAC-M3 Benchmarks, Bobs Guide – November 8, 2012


Power Networks Made Safer and More Efficient, Utility Products – November 1, 2012


Graves: Wall Street Gets Small to Handle Big Processing Projects, Futures & Options World – August 6, 2012


McObject Targets Capital Markets with Financial Edition of Its IMDB,* – August 2, 2012  This article is no longer available online.  Please contact us for a reprint.  Thank you.


McObject, MemSQL Continue Focus on In-Memory, Intelligent Trading Technology – July 5, 2012


Streamlining the Program Execution Path is the Shortest Distance to Faster Trades*, Wall Street & Technology – May 22, 2012  *Please click the link to trigger a download.


Rise of In-Memory Databases Impacts Wide Range of Jobs, Hot Topics – May 4, 2012


Kernels, Contexts, Threads, and Extensible Database Architecture, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – March 28, 2012


Tackling Resource Contention in Multi-Threaded Software for Multi-Core, EE Times Europe – March 13, 2012


Relay Approach Improves Military Database, COTS Journal – February 21, 2012


101: An Introduction to In-Memory Database Systems, – January 5, 2012

Syncing Windows Phone Database with Backend SQL ServerAPPA Mundi Mobile World blog – December 7, 2011


Windows Phone 7 Database Syncs with SQL Server, – November 29, 2011


In-memory DBMS Boosts Java, SQL, and HA Capabilities, – November 16, 2011


Perst Database Moves with Mobile Enterprise App to Android Smartphones, Wireless Developer Network – October 26, 2011


India Wins Shine Light On McObject’s eXtremeDB, A-Team Insight – September 23, 2011


Scalability, Risk Management and Reducing Latency in Financial Databases, High Frequency Traders – September 21, 2011


Podcast: McObject CEO Steve Graves on Database Systems and Distributed Embedded Software, ECN – September 19, 2011


eXtremeDB Slashes Latency in NSE.IT’s Algorithmic Trading (Algo/HFT) and Front-Office Trading SolutionsReuters – September 21, 2011


McObject’s New eXtremeDB Cluster Provides Distributed Database Solution for Real-Time – July 20, 2011


Selective Data Replication Between Embedded and Enterprise SystemsWireless Design & Development, July 12, 2011


Keeping It All In Memory, Electronic Engineering Journal – July 6, 2011


McObject Adds .NET Component to In-Memory Database System, EE Times Europe – June 14, 2011


McObject Adds LINQ Support to eXtremeDB, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – June 13, 2011


SCADA as You’ve Never Seen It Before, Nuclear Engineering International – May 27, 2011


eXtremeDB IMDS Pairs with Linux in Patton Network Routers, EE Times – May 17, 2011


Linux-based IP and VoIP Routers Gain Embedded Database, – May 12, 2011


Patton Electronics Company To Integrate eXtremeDB IMDS Across Its Solutions, – May 12, 2011


Data Analysis is Creating New Business Opportunities, MIT Technology Review – May 2, 2011


Jease 2.0: The Open Source Java CMS’ ‘Big Leap’, Application Development Trends – April 28, 2011


New C# Interface for eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – April 28, 2011


New C# Interface for eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System (IMDS) Accelerates .NET Framework Development & Applications, SD Times – April 27, 2011


eXtremeDB-64 In-Memory Database Scales Massively in Real-Time Telecom Routing Application, PICMG Systems and Technology – April 13, 2011


IMDS Accelerates Data Access Across Mobile Networks, Mobile Dev & Design – March 30, 2011


Tuxified Base Station Juggles WiMAX and LTE with In-Memory Database, – March 29, 2011


With Help From eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System, Airspan Networks’ Base Station Bridges Disparate Mobile Broadband Networks, LTE World – March 29, 2011


Video Interview: McObject Co-Founder and CEO Steve Graves Discusses eXtremeDB ClusterEmbedded News TV – March 18, 2011


Embedded Database Smarts Added to Solar Power Optimization Electronics, Wind and Solar Power eZine – March 16, 2011


Justifiably Taboo: Avoiding Malloc/Free APIs in Military/Aerospace Embedded Code, Military Embedded Systems – February 21, 2011


eXtremeDB Fusion Adds Embedded Database Smarts to Azuray Technologies Solar Power Optimization Electronics, – January 13, 2011


McObject Provides Embedded Database for Solar Power Electronics, – January 12, 2011


Embedded Database for SCADA Adds Safety, Efficiency to Nuclear Waste Processing, Control Engineering – January 5, 2011


eXtremeDB Embedded Database Adds Safety and Efficiency in Nuclear Waste Processing, – January 5, 2011


Opensourcer Targets Windows Phone 7 Hopefuls, The Register – October 6, 2010


Discounted Embedded Database Software for Windows Phone 7, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – October 5, 2010


Java Annotations and Reflection: Powerful Building Blocks for a DBMS InterfaceJava Lobby ( – September 16, 2010


Loewe Opta Adds McObject Database to TVsBroadcasting & Cable – September 16, 2010


Verizon Deploys Open Source Database Perst Lite for Field Technicians With BlackBerrys, BlackBerry Cool – September 10, 2010


Verizon Mobilizes Field Techs with McObject’s Database & BlackBerry Smartphones, Wireless Developer Network – September 1, 2010


Mixing Real-Time & Enterprise Data? Relay It, Embedded NOW blog – August 10, 2010


eXtremeDB Enhancement Synchs Up Real-Time Apps & Enterprise, – August 10, 2010


Java Accelerated Development for BlackBerry Smartphones, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – July 20, 2010


Windows Phone 7 Gets Open Source Database, Network World – July 6, 2010


Perst Database for WP7, WynApse Technical Musings – July 1, 2010


McObject’s New Business Looks Anything But EmbeddedVenture Development Corporation’s Embedded Software Blog – June 30, 2010


Perst Embedded Database Available for Microsoft Windows Phone 7, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – June 30, 2010


Database Duo Deliver Windows Phone 7 Apps Storage, The Register – June 30, 2010


Lockheed Martin Adopts Perst Embedded Database for Defense R&D, Military Embedded Systems – June 8, 2010


Perst – A Database For Windows Phone 7 Silverlight, APPA Mundi Mobile World blog – June 7, 2010


Does Doctor Who Use An Embedded Database?, EPN – June 1, 2010


Embedded Database Improves Security, Speeds Storage Retrieval, – May 12, 2010


Embedded Database vendor McObject Touts Upgrade, eWeek – May 11, 2010


McObject Updates eXtremeDB DatabaseDr. Dobb’s Journal – May 11, 2010


Multi-Core Software: To Gain Speed, Eliminate Resource Contention, RTC Magazine – May 1, 2010


How to Achieve Extreme Speed in a Hotel Application, Hetras Hummingbird – May 1, 2010


Data Indexes Boost Embedded Software’s Performance and Efficiency, Military Embedded Systems– April 26, 2010


Consumer Trends Fuel Medical Device Innovation, Medical Electronics Manufacturing – April 10, 2010


Indience Chooses Perst Lite Embedded Database For Mobile Business Solutions on BlackBerry Smartphone, Embedded Computing Design – February 17, 2010


Memory Allocation in Safety-Critical Military Systems, COTS Journal – February 1, 2010


Re-Inventing Wireless Building Automation for Smaller/Retrofit JobsRTC Magazine – February 1, 2010


More Content, Guided by Database, Military Embedded Systems – January 25, 2010


Embedded Database for Silverlight, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – January 25, 2010


McObject Makes Play for Java Developers with New Interface, eWeek – January 19, 2010


Embedded Database Summons JNI, – January 19, 2010


Jease Benefits from the Principles of Object-Orientation, Dzone JavaLobby – January 5, 2010


myYearbook Speeds Web Responses, Information Week – December 29, 2009


Building A Network Performance Analysis Test System With Linux, Tcl/TK, SQL & eXtremeDB, – December 21, 2009


Remember the KISS Principle? The Forrester Blog For Technology Product Management & Marketing – November 13, 2009


McObject Updates eXtremeDB Real-Time Database System, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – November 9, 2009


Tornado GR4 goes eXtreme, Wind River Aerospace & Defense Blog – September 30, 2009


TestIndex on Android developer phone (ADP1) with Berkeley DB, Tord’s Technology Blog – September 30, 2009


eXtremeDB Embedded Database Chosen for Tornado GR4 Combat Jet Avionics System UpgradeMilitary Embedded Systems – September 29, 2009


Real-time embedded databases: for all but the hardest of the hard, Micro Technology Europe – September 1, 2009


Embedded Database Engine for Silverlight Applications, Architecture + Strategy, MSDN Blogs – July 13, 2009


720 Linux databases squeeze onto test system, – June 29, 2009


Movimiento ATM Mobilizes SaaS Solutions with Perst Lite, BlackBerry Today Newsletter – June 4, 2009


In-Memory Database Systems, Micro-Software (Korea) – June 1, 2009


MPC to distribute McObject embedded databases, Industrial DesignLine Europe – May 19, 2009


McObject brings IMDS to VxWorks 653, CIOL Developer Channel (India) – April 29, 2009


McObject – LynuxWorks Partnership Targets Real-Time Medical Systems, Emdedded Computing Design – March 30, 2009


Off-The-Shelf Mobile Phone Hosts Java Embedded Database Benchmark, Java Developer’s Journal – March 10, 2009


Simple as A, B, Tree? Applications Find Mobile Fruit in the R-Tree, GeoWorld – March 1, 2009


In-Memory vs. On-Disk Database Systems, CIOL Developer Channel (India) – February 13, 2009


Face-Storing Database Software, Embedded Computing Design – February 1, 2009


McObject Grants Persistence To All Objects, SD Times – January 29, 2009


Seattle Area Wireless Companies (and Others) Look to Innovate, Expand in China, Xconomy – December 17, 2008


SOFTWARE TOOLS: eXtremeDB upgrade has higher performance & KD-Tree database index, EE Times – December 16, 2008


No Operating System Is An Island, – December 2, 2008


Embedded Databanken – Pflegeleicht, Design&Electronik (German) – November 28, 2008 –Please contact us for for a copy of this article


Beyond B-Trees – Benefiting From Non-Vanilla IndexesDr. Dobb’s Journal – November 7, 2008


Using A High Performance Embedded Database, ATCA Newsletter – September 1, 2008


Product How To: Hybrid Data Management Gets Traction In Set-Top Boxes, – July 28, 2008


Patricia Tries – A Better Index For Prefix Searches, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – June 25, 2008


Perst Embedded Database Boosts Performance and Stability in All-Java ‘Frost’ Freenet ClientJava Developer’s Journal – May 20, 2008


Kernel-Mode Databases: A DBMS Technology For High-Performance Applications, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – April 23, 2008


Kernel Mode Gets Data Faster, Embedded Computing Design/Embedded Blog Now – April 3, 2008


Embedded Databases Van Doe-Het-Zelf Naar Kant-En-Klaar, Bits & Chips (Dutch) – March 17, 2008  Please contact us for a copy of this article.


Databases for Java ME, Follow up: Check Out the New ProScout Sample App, Terrence Barr’s Blog – March 2, 2008


Interface Column, Seattle Times – January 7, 2008


Embedded Database Vendors Face Challenges, eWeek – January 4, 2008


McObject, Object-Oriented Embedded Database For Android, Open Handset Magazine – January 3, 2008


McObject Releases Perst vs. SQLite Benchmark On Android, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – January 2, 2008


Porting a Java ME Midlet Between Blackberry and Nokia S40 and S60 Devices, Mobile Handset Design Line – October 9, 2007


McObject Adds ODBC API Support to eXtremeDB, – August 8, 2007


HPC Databases: The Data Ingest ChallengeHPCwire – June 1, 2007


McObject’s New eXtremeDB 3.1 In-Memory Database Adds Powerful Features for GIS and TelematicsGIS User – April 11, 2007


Embedded Database Merges In-Memory, On-Disk Strategies, – February 6, 2007


COTS Databases For Embedded Systems, Embedded Computing Design – January 1, 2007


Developing An Object-Oriented Database For J2ME-Based Embedded – December 13, 2006


Embedded Database Addresses Power Management, RAM Challenges for Portable Media Players, Nikkei Electronics Asia – November 22, 2006


Tackling Memory Allocation In Multicore And Multithreaded Applications, – May 26, 2006


Securities Trading Terminal To Run Windows XPe, – May 12, 2006


How To Manage Playlist Data In MP3 Player Embedded Software, Audio Design Line – February 28, 2006


Task Scheduling, NVRAM Support Added to Embedded Database, – February 15, 2006


McObject Releases Perst, An Open Source Embedded Database For Java, Embedded Computing Design – February 9, 2006


Memory Management & Embedded Databases, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – December 1, 2005


Linux Device Keeps China’s Lights Lit, – September 16, 2005


Digital TV Case Study: ANT Limited, Video/Imaging Design Line – June 9, 2005


Portability & Data Management, Dr. Dobb’s Journal – June 1, 2005


Cold, Hard Data That’s Deep, eeProductCenter – February 28, 2005


Developing Effective, Reliable Aerospace Equipment: The Data Management ChallengeEmbedded Systems Engineering – January 31, 2005


Building durability into data management for real-time systems, Boards and Solutions – September 1, 2004


Self-Diagnostic APIs: Software Quality’s Next Frontier, Linux Journal – April 1, 2004


Embedded Database Design For High Availability, Embedded Systems Europe – October 6, 2003


Toward Self-Diagnostic APIs For Embedded Systems, EE Times – August 19, 2003


The Embedded Software Build or Buy Tradeoff, – May 27, 2003


Database Serves Five-Nines Embedded Systems, Electronic Design Newsletter – March 12, 2003


Programming Guide Manages Networked Digital TV, EE Times – December 2, 2002


In-Memory Database Systems, Linux Journal – September 1, 2002


Examining Main Memory Databases, – January 4, 2002