Mimer Information Technology announced the release of Mimer SQL Real-Time Edition. With this product it is for the first time possible to share real-time data and non-real time data at run-time using one single database manager. This opens up a new field in industrial application development, where efficient and predictable real-time data access can be seamlessly combined with administrative databases.
The Mimer SQL Real-Time Edition is based on a research project at the Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre with input from automotive, process automation and telecommunication industries. The product makes it possible to model both real-time and non real-time data in one single database, and data can safely be shared between these two worlds without any need for data redundancy and home-made data storage solutions.
To strengthen Mimer’s technical skills in real-time technologies, the leading real-time database researcher at Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre, PhD Dag Nyström, is employed as the Mimer SQL Real-Time Edition Product Manager.
“I’m very satisfied that my research work has resulted in a commercial product that we now can offer the industry. By adding the real-time capabilities to the efficient and robust Mimer SQL product we have created a solution to many of today’s real-time data management problems,” says Dag Nyström, Mimer SQL Real-Time Product Manager at Mimer Information Technology.
Mimer SQL Real-Time Edition is currently available for Windows. Linux and other platforms will follow soon. Those interested in evaluating the product should contact Mimer.
About Mimer Information Technology
Mimer Information Technology is a world leader in the field of zero maintenance DBMSs with its Mimer SQL product. Mimer SQL is an easy-to-use, high performance and scalable DBMS available for Windows, Mac OS X, OpenVMS, Linux and other Unix platforms. With Mimer SQL Mobile, the Mimer SQL product range is extended to smart phones and PDAs from e.g. HP, Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Examples of customers using Mimer SQL for their mission-critical systems are Volvo Cars (Sweden), National Blood Service (England) and DJ Galvanizing (Canada).