eXtremeDB Fusion Eembedded Database System
Compatible Operating Systems: All
Supported Architectures: Platform independent
In the race to offer advanced features, consumer electronics devices manage ever-growing volumes of increasingly complex data. MP3 players organize tracks via meta-data and user input such as playlists and ratings. Embedded gaming software demands concurrent data access, event notification and fast, flexible search. Set-top boxes offer a rich store of programming choices. Even cell phones must organize messages—often in multiple formats—logically, and retrieve them quickly.
Consumer electronics manufacturers rely on McObject’s eXtremeDB Fusion hybrid in-memory/on-disk embedded database system to meet the stringent performance, reliability and form factor demands, as well as the RAM and CPU limits, of new smart devices. eXtremeDB Fusion offers stability, scalability and extensibility proven in years of deployment. Its streamlined architecture—designed from scratch for embedded apps—makes for a code size as small as 50K. This tiny footprint enables use of less memory and lower-end processors, for manufacturing cost savings that drop to the bottom line.
Uniquely, eXtremeDB Fusion is optimized for in-memory and on-disk data storage in a single embedded database system, providing unparalleled flexibility. In-memory data management excels at real-time performance. Yet byte-for-byte, disk storage can be cheaper than memory. Disk storage can also take less physical space. So for small form-factor devices with large storage needs, such “spinning
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Set-top boxes; mobile phone handsets; digital media players; gaming devices and consoles; digital cameras; digital videorecorders; GPSs; Internet and VoIP phones; home media servers; PDAs and handheld computers; robots; gateways, servers and wireless access points.