ITTIA: DB SQL and QNX SDP 7.0 platforms empower manufacturers of mission critical systems

ITTIA announces support for QNX SDP 7.0, the most advanced and secure embedded OS developed for use in all safety and mission critical applications. With ITTIA DB SQL and QNX SDP 7.0, embedded system designers are now empowered to collect, store, analyze and connect real-time data on safe and secure devices built on a highly reliable operating system software foundation that helps guard against system malfunctions, malware and cyber security breaches.

ITTIA DB SQL peer-to-peer replication provides QNX SDP 7.0 applications the high availability solution for maintaining data consistency across multiple devices and database files. Changes are continuously propagated to guarantee data availability on demand or in real time.

On QNX SDP 7.0, the flexible data management platform offered by ITTIA DB SQL enables discrete applications to safely and securely share a common database file. Because applications can concurrently read and write to flash media, ITTIA DB SQL is ideal for use cases with frequent updates. The on-disk, in-memory, and hybrid storage engines offer the best performance, whether SQL queries are executed on the local system or a remote device.

In addition to supporting industry standards and ease of use for developers, ITTIA DB SQL's multiple concurrency models, rich data type support, support for redundancy, security algorithms, cloud connectivity protocol support, performance, and quality technical support all play an important role in providing great value for manufacturers of embedded systems.

ITTIA DB SQL and QNX SDP 7.0 platforms empower manufacturers of mission critical systems with complete standards-based development tools to build and deploy the next-generation of products for automotive, medical and industrial embedded systems. With QNX Neutrino®, embedded systems designers can create compelling, safe and secure devices built on a full-featured and robust operating system that helps guard against system malfunctions, malware and cyber security breaches.

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