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Controlling and managing a complex system is difficult at any time. However, users in the process (ex. water, petro-chemical) and infrastructure industries such as surface rail, airports or underground metro systems have the added complexities of having to do the same over extreme distances with the possibility of 1000′s of I/O points.
SEATTLE, WA – March, 12th 2013 – Raima, a premium provider of high performance database technology, today announced that its RDM Embedded Database has been selected by General Dynamics UK as the database software for the Tactical Information Exchange Capability (TIEC) Programme and the Future Lynx Tactical Data Link Independent Sub-system (TDLIS). General Dynamics UK [...]
ImageScan will expand the use of its RDM Server Enterprise Lite Embedded database into additional applications, including TCM Unify.
RDM Server v8.4 has officially been released. This data management system’s multiple indexing methods and ADO.NET Data Provider gives developers the versatility to create fast, customizable applications.
Raima announces the general availability of Version 11.0 of Their Database Products RDM Embedded Edition and RDM Mobile Edition
Raima today announced the release of Raima Database Manager (RDM) Embedded and RDM Mobile version 11.0.
Raima Database Manager (RDM) Workgroup version 11 has been released.
Raima announces general availability of Raima Database Manager (RDM) version 11.
Raima will be showing their real-time sensor data acquisition demo and their latest release of RDM at this year’s Embedded World (February 28th through March 2nd).
MindTree® has selected RDM Embedded 10.1 as the database they have embedded within their prominent backup application.
Raima will be exhibiting at the 7th Annual European Manufacturing Strategies Summit on 17th – 19th October 2011.
We will be exhibiting at this year’s Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley.
CTO Randy Merilatt will be presenting his “Is Using SQL in an Embedded Computer Application Like Trying to Squeeze an Elephant Into a Mini?” paper at this years Embedded World 2011.