ITTIA, a global supplier of embedded relational database software, and E2S, a Belgian software engineering company, announce a joint effort to connect and mobilize call centers through database synchronization. Using ITTIA DB Sync, Android™ tablets can access call center data stored in an existing relational database, such as Microsoft® SQL Server®, or Oracle® Database. With this technology a call center can rapidly improve communication to experience significant time and cost savings through greater efficiency.
ITTIA, a global supplier of embedded relational database software continues offering added value to manufacturers of industrial automation devices and embedded systems. Butler, a new generation of robots from Wasserbauer GmbH, is a line of products embedded with ITTIA DB SQL. ITTIA embedded database software and services enable manufacturers to benefit from existing database skills and experience, and work with greater efficiency and accuracy when building mission-critical embedded systems and devices.
ITTIA, a global supplier of embedded relational database software, announces the availability of bidirectional synchronization for Android apps to bridge the gap of collecting big data on-the-go. Due to an unprecedented influx of sensitive data that is managed and collected on mobile devices, ITTIA is offering a state-of-the-art solution that sets itself apart from other database software available on Android.
ITTIA, a global supplier of embedded relational database software, announces the availability of ITTIA DB SQL for QNX(R) Neutrino(R) RTOS 6.6, improving both performance and usability on QNX(R). ITTIA DB SQL is a leading-edge cross-platform embedded database that offers broad flexibility and scalability to address a wide range of embedded system and mobile device developer requirements, with the choice of on-disk, in-memory, and hybrid storage options.
ITTIA, a global provider of data management software for the mission-critical applications of embedded systems and mobile devices, is pleased to announce that its flagship database, ITTIA DB SQL, was selected for an "Editor's Choice Award" by the prestigious Embedded Computing Design magazine.
ITTIA, a global provider of embedded data management software, releases database comparison facts about ITTIA DB SQL and SQLite for developers of applications on intelligent devices, embedded systems, and mobile devices.
As many embedded systems rely on database software to store information, manufacturers recognize the consequences of data becoming unavailable. In addition, key factors such as reliability, concurrency and customer service are important for mission critical applications.
ITTIA announces new capabilities of ITTIA DB SQL that empower embedded systems to store a large volume of data in-memory for processing and analysis. Applications use this technology to find specific details in a very large data set and perform complex queries in seconds.
As our homes, our cars, and the things around us are getting smarter, manufacturers of embedded systems and smart devices need to build solutions for which constant data access and interoperability is important. ITTIA DB SQL offers developers of Android applications new capabilities to discover nearby data from other devices such as mobile tablets, notebooks, and embedded systems. New data is automatically and efficiently transferred upon discovery, so that Android applications can monitor and control nearby systems.
QNX Software Systems announced the general availability of the QNX® Software Development Platform 6.6 and the QNX® SDK for Apps and Media 1.0.
QNX Software Development Platform
The new release of the QNX Software Development Platform delivers enhanced security, graphics, multimedia capabilities, and power management. The platform includes the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS and the QNX® Momentics® Tool Suite.
QNX SDK for Apps and Media
ITTIA announces support for AllJoyn communications in device applications embedded with the ITTIA DB SQL database library. The combination of these technologies enables applications on embedded systems and mobile platforms to discover nearby devices, laptops, desktops, and back-end systems, which the application can then monitor, control, and distribute stored data.