Fast, flexible, efficient eXtremeDB gives consumer electronics manufacturers a competitive edge.
Consumer electronics manufacturers compete fiercely based on price and user experience. The right embedded database software in consumer electronics can reduce costs, boost performance and support data-hungry new features, lending a critical advantage to manufacturers. In McObject’s eXtremeDB, consumer electronics manufacturers gain a highly efficient database system to integrate in devices’ embedded software. eXtremeDB’s small code size (approximately 200K) reduces device hardware costs, while its unmatched speed delivers a snappy user experience.
As a commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) product, eXtremeDB slashes a device’s time-to-market, compared to using proprietary (homegrown) database code. And the eXtremeDB product family offers deep capabilities. For example, as a hybrid database system, eXtremeDB supports both in-memory and on-disk storage, enabling the use of a single database system across a consumer electronics product line that includes disk-less and disk-enabled products.
eXtremeDB’s efficient design and unmatched speed has been giving consumer electronics manufacturers a competitive edge since 2001. Find eXtremeDB in:
- TV set-top boxes
- Gaming consoles & servers
- Portable media players
- Home media servers
- Internet & VoIP phones
- Feature phones & tablet computers
- Set-top boxes & Digital TVs
- Gateways & wireless access points
A simple database schema (design) notation adds persistent storage for specified records in an eXtremeDB database. Optimize embedded software for persistence and performance as well as cost (byte-for-byte, disk storage can be cheaper than RAM) and form factor (disk storage can be physically smaller).
Software bugs are time-consuming and expensive. eXtremeDB’s type-safe C/C++ API is a key tool that eliminates a common category of error, and its other advanced debugging features add further stability.
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