Borland backs mobile computing

Borland has reinforced it commitment to mobile computing with the introduction of JDataStore 7. The solution has a number of improvements, all of which help organisations quickly deploy applications to mobile devices.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  November 13, 2003

Borland Software has reinforced it commitment to mobile computing with the introduction of JDataStore 7. The solution has a number of improvements, compared to its predecessor, all of which are designed to help organisations quickly deploy applications to a broad spectrum of devices.

Enhancements to version 7 include fail safe technology for incremental back up, support for database mirroring to, improved capacity to provide 64-bit database support for improved network performance and a server management console to facilitate remote administration.

" JDataStore 7 is designed to help drive performance gains for embedded computing. With the latest enhancements, we continue to address the need for a powerful, low cost, low impact database. The database is designed to be deployed in environments where there is little or no IT support. This is very appealing to our community of ISVs, VARs and OEMs that require embedded databases for their product line," says Jon Arthur, director of database solutions at Borland.

"The performance, scalability, and synchronisation capabilities offered for complex business applications greatly extend the product's appeal to the enterprise in support of an increasingly mobile workforce."

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