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Database App Gets Major Enhancements

July 23, 2010
RDM Embedded 10 (RDMe 10.0) now includes a significant re-architecture of the database engine that takes full advantage of multi-core processors

In one of the most significant product releases since its debut in 1984, RDM Embedded 10 (RDMe 10.0) now includes a significant re-architecture of the database engine that takes full advantage of multi-core processors, boosting the database app’s performance. Other added features include MVCC (Multi Version Concurrency Control), master-slave mirroring, hot online backup, asynchronous master-slave replication, asynchronous data replication via third-party support, conflict-less master-master mirroring, distributed data queries, and two-phase commit. RAIMA INC., Seattle, WA. (206) 748-5300.

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