March 30, 2010 — Bellevue, WA — ITTIA, a global supplier of embedded lightweight relational database software, demonstrates its database benchmark leadership to application developers of embedded systems and devices, with exceptional results. On an ARM device, ITTIA DB SQL surpasses SQLite, an open source database, in three critical areas: insert, select, and update. ITTIA's flagship product, ITTIA DB SQL, is an industry-leading RDBMS that provides performance and reliability in embedded environments, from embedded Linux and Windows Mobile to desktop workstations.
Raima, a Birdstep Technology Company (OSE: BIRD), which offers state-of-the-art embedded database technologies, today announced the successful implementation of Softing's OPC Unified Architecture (UA) Toolbox creating an OPC based application that communicates directly with RDM Embedded's C-API.
Raima, a Birdstep Technology Company (OSE: BIRD), which offers state-of-the-art embedded database and dataflow technologies, today announced that they will be showing their dataFlow technology demo as well as a preview of their upcoming release of RDM Embedded at this year's Embedded World. The show hosted in Nuremberg, Germany runs from March 2nd through March 4th and Raima/Birdstep can be found in booth number 11-336.
In-memory database systems (IMDSs) have changed the software landscape, making it possible to deploy "smarter" real-time devices and applications on QNX operating systems and sparking mergers and acquisitions involving the largest technology companies.
But these days, the database sector teems with products purporting to be IMDSs. The problem is, most of them aren't. The majority of products promoted as in-memory databases are merely old-style (on-disk) DBMSs, wearing a thin coat of IMDS paint.
February 2, 2010 - Bellevue, WA - ITTIA, a global supplier of embedded lightweight relational database software, has released a white paper detailing the challenges of hard-coded data management: "Breaking the Flat File Barrier for Embedded Developers." This paper explores the use of custom binary and text file formats, and shows how they are inadequate for applications that are better served by a more suitable lightweight relational database solution.
Failure to leverage available software development tools can significantly hinder the long-term success of any application.