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Raima Embedded Database – At the Heart of New Smart Grid Technology

August 30, 2017

LocalGrid Technologies has partnered with National Instruments to develop a smart grid-ready platform that can be customized to meet the needs of different grid applications.

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What is an Embedded Database? Finally…a Basic Definition

July 12, 2017

Posted by Jason Flores on July 22, 2011
What is an Embedded Database? A basic definition for those interested in the business side of an embedded database.
Featured: An example featuring how a GPS works with an embedded database.

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Controlling pandemics using big data

June 11, 2017

The possibility of worldwide pandemics is likely to increase as travel and international trade grow. But they can be preempted through the use of databases that track key indicators on a global basis. Recent research has suggested that the Black Death or Plague that devastated Europe in the 1600s actually started in Asia and was…

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Instant data management for smart grids

May 13, 2017

Instant data management enables smart grids to maximise power distribution efficiency There are multiple pressures on the power supply network. More people are using it, established customers are consuming ever more electricity, and the pressure to reduce carbon emissions from power generation is increasing. Part of the solution to this dilemma will lie in developing…

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Configuration and Policy Management Database – Case Study

April 22, 2017

I had the pleasure of interviewing a happy long-term customer this month, who unfortunately cannot allow me to use his company name. This is a summary of how he has been using Raima Database Manager (RDM) and his relationship with Raima over the years. Why Raima’s Database Manager? This customer develops a Networking and Telecom…

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Embedded database technology will enable the Internet of Things

April 10, 2017

As an ever-growing number of smart, connected devices generate more and more data in a global information space, Raima´s David Nguyen, Director of Engineering looks at how embedded database technology will underpin the Internet of Things. IDC estimates IoT hardware to be the largest technology category in 2018 with $239 billion going largely toward modules…

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Bringing Effective Condition Monitoring and Data Management to Industry

April 10, 2017

Condition Monitoring With manufacturing and process businesses across the globe facing ongoing increasing pressures to boost production performance and reduce costs, Thomas Lantermann, Senior Business Development Manager at Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., Factory Automation – European Business Group and Douglas Wilson of Raima look at the importance of condition monitoring, outlining what is possible today…

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Controlling pandemics using Big Data

March 30, 2017

The possibility of worldwide pandemics is likely to increase as travel and international trade grow. But they can be pre-empted through the use of databases that track key indicators on a global basis. Until fairly recently, control of diseases like H1N1 and Aids had to be reactive rather than proactive but this is no longer…

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UAVs will need the best in big data management

March 3, 2017

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are making surveying of landscapes, buildings, etc. so much easier and more cost-effective that it is inevitable that there will be an explosion in this activity. This will create massive amounts of data that will need to be managed and stored efficiently, as Steinar Sande, CEO of Raima, a leading provider…

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Honest Talk about Source Code

February 18, 2017

Product source code gives you the ability to modify and recreate software. Historically, this was considered intellectual property and was tightly protected. The Open Source movement was reactionary, claiming that source code should not be owned. Some Open Source products have been wildly successful, such as Linux or MySQL, seeming to prove that a community…

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