The Edge of Intelligent: What Is Intelligent Edge and How It Can Help You

May 10, 2019

The worldwide shift towards digitization has placed immense pressure on connectivity. Over 20 billion Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices have already been installed, and the number is estimated to grow to 75.44 billion by 2025. IoT devices benefit all industry sectors, promoting higher levels of convenience, productivity, and communication. However, the massive amount of data IoT devices generate could cripple IT infrastructure.

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NO OS Support, New Geospatial Query Types and Optimization

April 24, 2019

We are continually optimizing RDM and are proud to announce the release of patch 4 of RDM 14.1. It includes a number of bug fixes but more importantly, adds further optimization for the memory usage, performance and usability improvements and new functionality.

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How to Get Started Using RDM on Windows

April 9, 2019

Our Director of Engineering and QA, David Nguyen guides you through how to install and run the examples included in Raima Database Manager.  

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Raima Database Manager subsea in Aker Solutions’ Vectus™ 6.0 control system

April 9, 2019

Aker Solutions and their Award-winning Vectus™ 6.0 control system with Raima Database Manager as a core element was chosen by Chevron Australia to support the delivery of a subsea compression system at the Jansz-Io field, offshore Australia. The first service order under the master contract will be for front-end engineering and design (FEED) of a subsea compression station. The system will boost recovery of gas more cost-effectively and with a smaller environmental footprint.

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Raima Database Manager Explained in 90 seconds

March 15, 2019

Transcript 5G will bring about an increase to the speed with which data can and will be sent. Due to this increased ability to send data, IoT devices will start to be equipped with more and more sensors. Old database technologies will not be able to support the real-time processing necessary for this large amount…

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Why Use a Real-time Database In an Escalator?

February 15, 2019

Different things being used every day are getting more and more interconnected and with the advent of 5G technologies, they are becoming more capable of communicating with each other. Take for example, escalators. They are continually operated on an everyday basis and yet they still break down randomly. If an RDM database were added to them, they could become much more intelligent.

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Predictions for 2019: The Rise of Edge Computing

January 3, 2019

Happy New Year! With IoT growing at a rapid rate and with the vast amount of data it produces, we wanted to share our thoughts on where we see technology moving in 2019. Handling these huge amounts of data is an unresolved challenge that keeps growing. We think that edge computing combined with 5G will be a major part of the solution.

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Edge Computing Enabling the Future

September 12, 2018

Most tech discussions today arrive at the same conclusion: the future of big data is edge computing. While discussions around edge computing are not necessarily new, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has clarified how critical establishing the right presence at the edge can be.

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Edge Computing Questions & Answers 2018

June 12, 2018

What is edge computing? The trend of technology is that it gets smaller and faster as time goes on. The result of this now is that previous “dumb” devices like light bulbs or door locks can contain small CPUs and RAM. They are able to do computation and provide data about usage. This computing allows…

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In-Memory Database Questions and Answers 2018

May 14, 2018

ODBMS.org Interviewed one of our engineers, Jeff Parsons, on Raima Database Manager and In-memory databases.    What are the advantages and disadvantages of in-memory databases? In-memory databases, by definition, handle the data they are processing in main memory. There is no need to deal with secondary storage which can be orders of magnitude slower than…

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