Altova Unveils RaptorXML

By: Chris Crum - April 18, 2013

At the XBRL26 Conference in Dublin, Altova unveiled RaptorXML, which it describes as “a ground-breaking new XML and XBRL validation and processing server”.

It’s cross-platform compatible, and takes advantage of multi-core and multi-CPU computers and servers for fast XML and XBRL data processing. Features include:

  • Ultra-high performance code optimizations
  • Ultra-low memory footprint
  • Cross platform capabilities for Windows, Linux, and MacOS
  • Highly scalable code for multi-CPU/multi-core/parallel computing
  • Superior error reporting
  • Streaming instance validation against DTD and XSD
  • Parallel loading, processing and validation

“We have seen a growing demand from our clients, as well as in the industry in general, for an ultra-fast, cross platform processor that can handle the huge amounts of XML and XBRL data being generated,” said Alexander Falk, President and CEO for Altova. “Our engineers built RaptorXML from the ground up, endeavoring to meet this need by architecting a superior engine that would effortlessly handle these demands.”

The product will initially be available for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit versions), Linux (64-bit), and MacOS (64-bit) and will be available to download and purchase in May.

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