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DB SQL lets developers of Android applications discover nearby data from other devices such as mobile tablets, notebooks, and embedded systems.
AllJoyn is a new technology from the AllSeen Alliance, a consortium driven by companies such as Qualcomm, Panasonic, LG, Sharp, Haier, Silicon Image and TP-LINK for discovering and consuming services on proximal devices.
Version 6.0 of DB SQL advertises and discovers nearby database replication services, providing embedded systems and devices with true peer-to-peer replication.
SQL planner is an embedded data management tool for devices to gain intelligence in machine-to-machine (M2M) frameworks that produce Internet-of-Things (IoT) ecosystems.
Mentor Graphics Nucleus is a real-time operating system known for its performance, reliability, and scalability with a small footprint.
DB SQL was embedded in Cow Master, a robotics system that feeds cows and manages animal healthcare, including automatic matching of cow feeding patterns and continuous management of feed concentration to stimulate the appetite of cows.
With this technology, a large data set can be distributed across a wide array of devices, with the potential to store millions of rows per device.
DB SQL HA uses replication and online backup to connect databases across embedded Android systems, ensuring that data is always available.
Latest version of DB SQL works with the μC/OS-II real-time kernel and μC/FS file system from Micriµm.
DB SQL and Qt provide developers with the means to synchronize the application's embedded database with other RDBMS technologies, so that devices can efficiently share data with a back-end server.
Enhancements in DB SQL 5.5 include security, Qt user interface integration, Python and Lua scripting, JDBC compatibility, and replication.
DB SQL works with ARMTM cores including StrongARM, ARM7TDMI, ARM9TDMI, ARM7EJ, ARM9E, ARM10E, XScale, ARM11, ARM Cortex-M, ARM Cortex-A, ARM Cortex-M, and ARM Cortex-R.
With DB SQL, Android databases can be accessed remotely for replication, synchronization and shared access.
ITTIA now allows a database to be created on EEPROM or flash media by the embedded application.
DB Hibernate dialect provides powerful, high performance relational persistence and query options for Java applications.
DB Type 2 JDBC Driver provides significant value for Java developers targeting embedded platforms such as QNX and Linux.
DB SQL version 5.4 provides the capability for embedded and mobile applications to distribute data with Oracle, SQL Server, or any other desired back-end enterprise databases.
While PowerPC processors are unable to read or write multibyte values from unaligned addresses, DB SQL transparently handles both byte order and alignment when storing and sharing data.
DB SQL embedded database now enables VxWorks developers to rapidly develop and deploy data-intensive applications for embedded systems.
This allows embedded software developers to share and communicate data stored in ITTIA DB SQL on the QNX Neutrino RTOS with a back-end Microsoft SQL Server database.
Android devices can use ITTIA DB to synchronize with remote back-end enterprise databases, such as Oracle, MySQL, MS SQL Server, and more.
Enhancements in DB SQL 4.1 include support for two-phase commit, synchronous replication on commit, table snapshots, and distributed transactions.
Enhancements in version 3.3 include a custom memory allocator and a graphical database editing utility.
Trident Infosol, with six offices across India, offers extensive in-depth expertise to software application developers for embedded systems and devices.
DB SQL hybrid database combines the fast, predictable performance of an in-memory database with the robust storage caching of a disk database.
DB-SQL relational database and i.MX application processors offer design engineers a solution for portable devices.
ODBC makes it easy for the end user to access and modify data in an ITTIA DB-SQL database.
DB-SQL, a lightweight relational database management system, is suitable for embedded systems and mobile devices.
Information collected on the device is stored in a database, and the user interface is driven by configuration parameters in the database.