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McObject Releases Database Combo

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Data management company McObject (I’m storin’ it!) has a new embedded systems tool combo. The new version of eXtremeDB in-memory embedded database comes with Accelerated Technology’s Nucleus real-time operating system (RTOS), a side and a drink. Okay, no side and drink.

The new pairing is aimed toward companies developing telecommunications and networking equipment, avionics, consumer electronics, industrial controllers and other intelligent devices.

Accelerated Technology’s Nucleus product family includes implementations for C/C++, micro-ITRON and POSIX, software design tools, middleware, Eclipse-based development tools, and software for evaluation, test and verification.

The eXtremeDB database paired up with RTOS is used for critical data management and includes transactions, concurrent access, High Availability and a high-level data definition language. The company says the database maintains a very small code footprint (as little as 50K). It supports varied data and query types, an optional SQL API, and a self-diagnostic API designed to catch programming errors.

“The Nucleus RTOS and eXtremeDB share the virtues of real-time responsiveness, a must’ for embedded systems to meet everyday demands; portability, to leverage the value of source code by enabling wide re-use; and minimal memory and CPU footprint, which lends a manufacturing cost advantage,” said Glen Johnson, product marketing manager at Accelerated Technology.

“With the Nucleus RTOS, Accelerated Technology enables developers to address application complexity with a scalable and flexible OS infrastructure-including file systems, network communications and GUI-to accommodate the most demanding real-time tasks,” said Steve Graves, McObject co-founder and CEO.

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