DBMS Simplifies IoT Connectivity

DBMS Simplifies IoT Connectivity

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June 5, 2019 Seattle: Unlike any other product, eXtremeDB’s IoT SDK solution with Active Replication Fabric has the capability to replicate data from the edge to the server, including through many tiers (edge/gateway/server). It will intelligently queue data during intended or unintended network outages for later synchronization, offers encryption of data at rest and in flight, and provides support for time series data. This differs markedly from all other database solutions on the market.

With a modest code size of as little as 300K, McObject’s system runs on the resource-constrained devices and gateways, yet can scale up to the server with a distributed database (sharding) architecture managing 100s of terabytes. The eXtremeDB IoT SDK is a bundled setup streamlining the entire development platform. Device and server communicate flawlessly, data is protected at rest and in transit, and the need to piece together individual components of the platform is eliminated allowing development teams to leverage a common skillset.

Chris Mureen, COO of McObject, commented on the news: “Active Replication Fabric represents significant simplification for dealing with replication by handling intermittent connections transparently within the database system’s replication framework. It enables data exchange between collection points and servers for distributed IoT applications, both on-demand and automatically. The function has the potential to vastly improve applications’ effective functioning and the SDK eliminates unnecessary overhead by bundling device, gateway and server database systems.”

About McObject

Founded by database and real-time systems experts, McObject offers proven, ultra-fast data management technology, used across a wide range of industries and market segments. The company’s background and expertise in defense and aviation sectors means that its technology is exceptionally reliable and robust.

McObject counts among its customers industry leaders such as BAE Systems, TradeStation, Siemens, Philips, EADS, JVC, ViaSat, F5 Networks, CA, Motorola and Northrup Grumman, along with NSE.IT, SunGard, Transaction Network Services, and Dalian Commodity Exchange.

eXtremeDB uses powerful, industry-standard tools and languages, such as SQL, Python, C/C++, Java and C#.
For more information and free trial software please visit www.mcobject.com

McObject and eXtremeDB are registered trademarks of McObject LLC. All other company or product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners

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June 5, 2019 Seattle: Unlike any other product, eXtremeDB’s IoT SDK solution with Active Replication Fabric has the capability to replicate data from the edge to the server, including through many tiers (edge/gateway/server). It will intelligently queue data during intended or unintended network outages for later synchronization, offers encryption of data at rest and in flight, and provides support for time series data. This differs markedly from all other database solutions on the market.

With a modest code size of as little as 300K, McObject’s system runs on the resource-constrained devices and gateways, yet can scale up to the server with a distributed database (sharding) architecture managing 100s of terabytes. The eXtremeDB IoT SDK is a bundled setup streamlining the entire development platform. Device and server communicate flawlessly, data is protected at rest and in transit, and the need to piece together individual components of the platform is eliminated allowing development teams to leverage a common skillset.

Chris Mureen, COO of McObject, commented on the news: “Active Replication Fabric represents significant simplification for dealing with replication by handling intermittent connections transparently within the database system’s replication framework. It enables data exchange between collection points and servers for distributed IoT applications, both on-demand and automatically. The function has the potential to vastly improve applications’ effective functioning and the SDK eliminates unnecessary overhead by bundling device, gateway and server database systems.”

About McObject

Founded by database and real-time systems experts, McObject offers proven, ultra-fast data management technology, used across a wide range of industries and market segments. The company’s background and expertise in defense and aviation sectors means that its technology is exceptionally reliable and robust.

McObject counts among its customers industry leaders such as BAE Systems, TradeStation, Siemens, Philips, EADS, JVC, ViaSat, F5 Networks, CA, Motorola and Northrup Grumman, along with NSE.IT, SunGard, Transaction Network Services, and Dalian Commodity Exchange.

eXtremeDB uses powerful, industry-standard tools and languages, such as SQL, Python, C/C++, Java and C#.
For more information and free trial software please visit www.mcobject.com

McObject and eXtremeDB are registered trademarks of McObject LLC. All other company or product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners

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