RE: ANTs Data Server?

Never heard of them but the Cache reference is a good one. I tested their
database, informally, and the data model reference in the prior response is
key. I have found that Cache, and a couple others like Aleri
http://www.aleri.com/products/olap/index.asp make some very bold claims yet
serve very specialized markets or industries, which, again, ties back to the
data model.

Ellis

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Subject: ANTs Data Server?


Has anyone ever heard of these guys?

http://www.antssoftware.com/index.htm

Someone just today pointed them out to me. They make some
impressive claims for the performance of their product. They
claim "performance 16-124 times greater than conventional
database systems for update-intensive operations" That's
quite a remarkable claim. Is Oracle (and others) really that
bad, that ANTs can be that good?

Best regards,

Jonathan Gennick --- Brighten the corner where you are
http://Gennick.com * 906.387.1698 * mailto:jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxx

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