LONDON McObject has launched a German-language web site which provides the latest information on the company, its eXtremeDB in-memory embedded database and related technology, as well as market-specific content such as links to German articles and customers.
McObject’s site is said to underscores the company’s growing emphasis on serving German-speaking technologists and follows on from exhibiting at the Embedded World 2005 Conference and Exhibition in Nuremburg. McObject also chose to launch a new product – the eXtremeSQL interface for eXtremeDB – at that event.
Steve Graves, McObject CEO and co-founder, said, “German-speaking countries are home to many of the world’s great industrial concerns. Demand for the most advanced embedded systems software is growing as computerized products and manufacturing processes become more deeply intelligent.”
Rudi Latuske, general manager of ARS Software GmbH, McObject’s distributor in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, added “With design wins in automotive, manufacturing and military/aerospace embedded systems software already in hand, McObject has established a solid foundation for growth in the German-speaking market.”
With eXtremeDB, McObject provides a database management system to meet the performance requirements and resource constraints of intelligent, connected devices. eXtremeDB provides critical data management features—including transactions, concurrent access, high availability and a high-level data definition language—while maintaining a tiny code footprint (as little as 50K).
In the spring, McObject also boosted its Russian market presence by adding a Russian language site and a new distributor, Moscow-based SySoft. Since 2004, SySoft has provided development and training services for eXtremeDB licensees. Under the new agreement, SySoft adds marketing and sales of McObject software to its Solution Provider responsibilities, becoming McObject’s key business partner in Russian-speaking lands.