The ITTIA DB SQL Qt driver is now compatible with Qt 5.0.0, a major renovation of the popular application development framework. The integration of these technologies allows software developers for embedded systems and devices to take advantage of flexible embedded data management software and an elegant GUI framework. Features such as replication, data distribution, concurrency, logging, and change notification offer applications a unique competitive edge and enable rapid development of user-friendly data-driven applications with a level of performance that is only possible in native code.
ITTIA releases a new version of its embedded database, ITTIA DB SQL, for the MicroC/OS-II real-time kernel and MicroC/FS file system from Micrium.
ITTIA releases ITTIA DB SQL 5.5, the newest version of its database for developers of applications for embedded systems and mobile platforms. This new release offers the most complete embedded data management experience, with capabilities once available only to PC applications, including high reliability, comprehensive security options, Qt user interface integration, Python and Lua scripting, JDBC compatibility, and replication. Embedded devices can also synchronize their local databases with Microsoft(R) SQL Server(R) and Oracle(R) on Windows and Linux servers.
ITTIA announces the availability of its embedded database for the ARM(TM) architecture. ITTIA provides embedded relational database software for developers of applications for mobile devices and other embedded systems. With ITTIA DB SQL's robust data management framework and ARM's hardware architecture, data is managed and accessed in a flexible and efficient way. Customers from industries such as consumer electronics, clean energy, medical devices, and robotics have already built state of art applications with ITTIA DB SQL on ARM.
Whenever power removal is suspected, developers of applications for mobile devices and other embedded systems tend to use EEPROM hardware for storing small quantities of data that must be saved. EEPROM devices are equipped with serial flash - a small, low-power flash memory, which is frequently accessible through a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). In order to retrieve data, an EEPROM requires each write operation to begin at an aligned offset, which necessitates batched writes to avoid excessive ware.