Posted by Jason Flores on July 27, 2011
Smartphones, Tablets and their apps have skyrocketed in popularity. So how can apps make the most of this market?
Considering smartphones, the last thing you think about is the smartphone database empowering the apps. However, a high-performance mobile database could be the deciding factor between one mobile app and a competitor’s.Read More
Posted by Randy Merilatt on July 24, 2011
From the get go, our database products were designed to be tightly integrated with the application. So it was an embeddable database system and it was very good in that kind of a situation. It provided high performance and it was very friendly for C programmers to use in their applications.
Posted by Diagoro Toyama on June 24, 2011
Open Database Connectivity – known as ODBC – is a standard programming interface for database management systems (DBMS). An ODBC Database lets an application access its data regardless of the platform it is on or its internal architecture. ODBC driver support is typically provided by the database management system as a software layer called an ODBC driver.
The number of connected mobile devices continues to increase and will increase at an even faster rate as device prices decrease.
With new markets demanding connectivity and high performance, designers are challenged to manage increasing volumes of data. Database decisions will impact the performance level, reliability, speed and accuracy of the device data management and ultimately the device performance and customer satisfaction. The embedded systems market has a long history and offers the mobile market expertise backed by years of experience in highly efficient database management. This white paper addresses a variety of markets and the growing use of embedded database management in the mobile environment.Read More
In this presentation, Scott Meder of Raima, Inc. discusses the key factors in evaluating an RDMS for your application.Read More