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Edge computing and Raima Database Manager

Embedded Database Terminology

The specialist vocabulary related to database systems can make the subject seem more difficult than it is. The following embedded database …

Database management for industrial automation systems

From simple batch processing to the most sophisticated real-time processes, effective data management is the key to boosting efficiency, increasing …

Why data management is a challenge for offshore production

The amount of data being collected in offshore production facilities has grown massively over the years to the point where …

Raima’s data management systems prove more than a match for SCADA applications

Schneider Electric is to embed the latest version of Raima’s RDM database management system into the next generation of its …

Embedded Systems vs. Embedded DBMS

Posted by Randy Merilatt on September 17, 2012
Wiktionary.com gives the following definition of the word, embedded: “Part of; firmly, or securely surrounded; lodged solidly into; deep-rooted.” What do we mean by “embedded DBMS” and “embedded systems?” Even though the same word is used, the two usages actually refer different kinds of “embedded.” We understand that this is confusing primary because one of the important uses of an embedded DBMS is in an embedded system. So, the purpose of this short article is simply to clarify the similarities and differences in these two uses of “embedded.”

This section provides information on new partners, product release, events and general company news.

Mitsubishi Electric and Raima Create Secure Data Handling Process

Controlling and managing a complex system is difficult at any time but Mitsubishi Electric and Raima have come together to simplify the process.

General Dynamics UK Selects Raima for the Tactical Information Exchange Capability (TIEC) Programme

March 12, 2013
Raima, a premium provider of high performance database technology, today announced that its RDM Embedded Database has been selected by General Dynamics UK as the database software for the Tactical Information Exchange Capability (TIEC) Programme and the Future Lynx Tactical Data Link Independent Sub-system (TDLIS).

ImageScan’s Financial Data Remains Secure with RDM Server

September 10, 2012
ImageScan will expand the use of its RDM Server Enterprise Lite Embedded database into additional applications, including TCM Unify.

RDM Server v8.4 Unleashes Performance for Client/Server Embedded Applications

September 1, 2012
RDM Server v8.4 has officially been released. This data management system’s multiple indexing methods and ADO.NET Data Provider gives developers the versatility to create fast, customizable applications.

Raima announces the general availability of Version 11.0 of Their Database Products RDM Embedded Edition and RDM Mobile Edition

March 20, 2012
Raima today announced the release of Raima Database Manager (RDM) Embedded and RDM Mobile version 11.0.

Raima announces the general availability of its RDM Workgroup Edition Version 11

Raima Database Manager (RDM) Workgroup version 11 has been released.

View videos, webinars and demos to learn more about the database management industry and our products.

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Product specifications and in-depth technical discussions of database technology and RDM Products.

Embedded Database in the Mobile Environment

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.

RDM Server Datasheet

April 8, 2011
RDM Server Datasheet for specifications and in-depth information.

RDM Server What’s New Datasheet

April 8, 2011
All of the new features of RDM Server are described in-depth here.

RDM Embedded 10 Comparison Benchmark

RDM Embedded 10 was re-architected to optimize multi-user performance in multi-core and multiple networked computer environments. This report shows benchmark results demonstrating up to an 18-fold improvement in transaction performance compared to an earlier version of RDM Embedded.

Using SQL in an Embedded Computer Application

Like it or not, SQL has become the industry’s standard database access language. This being the case many companies that are involved in the development of embedded computer applications with database management requirements would like to be able to use SQL to access and manipulate that database information. This article takes a looks at ways developers of embedded applications can efficiently make use of SQL in their applications.

Network & Relational Data Modeling

Data modeling is the process of representing real-world data and their relationships with each other in a form that is ultimately useful within computer programs.

Selection of a method for effectively modeling data and relationships is one of the key decisions a developer will make when developing a data-driven system.