eXtremeDB Shortlisted in 4 Different Best DBMS Categories in 1 Week

eXtremeDB Shortlisted in 4 Different Best DBMS Categories in 1 Week

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October 8, 2019, Seattle: McObject®, developer of the ultra-fast eXtremeDB® database management system, is honored to have been shortlisted in four different best database management system award categories in one week. September 21, McObject learned that they have been nominated in the Data Management Insight Awards in the Best Data Analytics Solution Provider and the Most Innovative Data Management Solution categories. September 26, they learned about the shortlisting in the IoT Global Awards, in the Big Data, Cloud and Analytics and Connected Health or Wearable Tech categories.

eXtremeDB uses powerful, industry-standard tools and languages, such as SQL, Python, C/C++, Java and C#. McObject was founded by database and real-time systems experts and offers proven, reliable and robust database management system technology to clients in wide range of industries and market segments. eXtremeDB provides key benefits for IoT, embedded systems, big data processing, HPC, analytics and financial markets. With over 28 million worldwide deployments, it is used in quality products by industry leaders such as F5 Networks, GoPro, Lockheed Martin, Motorola, DirecTV and ViaSat. eXtremeDB has repeatedly outperformed other systems in several independently audited benchmark tests, with positive recent results achieved including faster and more consistent response times.

For more information 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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