Additional US Patent for Grid /
Cluster Database Technology Granted
One to Exhibit at TechXNY October 5-7, 2004
New York, NY – September 29, 2004 - Base One International
Corporation, a leading supplier of software for developing grid and
cluster computing applications, today announced that International Data
Corporation (IDC) the leading industry analyst organization tracking the
grid computing marketplace has issued a Research Bulletin about Base
IDC’s report, from their High Performance Systems group,
identifies Base One’s grid and cluster computing technology as a
flexible, modular, grid / cluster computing solution that can be adapted
to fit evolving customer needs. In addition, IDC identifies Base One’s
business application focus and unique experience in implementing
database-centric grid technology as providing Base One with a major
opportunity in the grid software marketplace.
“IDC sees significant Grid server market growth through
2008 in database oriented transaction / business applications enabled
for grid” said Earl C. Joseph II, Research Vice President, High
Performance Systems of IDC. “Base
One is focusing on this high growth market space.”
IDC’s Research Bulletin about Base One is being distributed
as part of IDC’s Workstations and High Performance Systems Continuous
Intelligence Service. The full report is also available on the Base One
International Corporation web site at www.boic.com.
Base One Granted Additional US Patent for Grid/Cluster Database
Base One has been awarded another US Patent, confirming its
leadership in high performance database technology that scales from a
single desktop to a large grid or multiple clusters of computers. This
most recent patent greatly simplifies the programming and deployment of
high efficiency applications that store and retrieve data on remote
(Microsoft, IBM, Oracle and Sybase) databases, residing on Windows,
Unix/Linux, iSeries, and IBM mainframes. Internally, Base One’s
technology optimizes access for each type of database - while providing
a single, straightforward, external interface that works for both local
and remote databases without any application source code changes.
“This database patent extends Base One’s leadership in
grid and cluster computing. High
performance database business applications built on grids and clusters
of computers is where we, and IDC, see significant market growth” said
Steven Asherman President and CTO of Base One.
One to Exhibit at TECHXNY October 5-7
Base One will be exhibiting at TechXNY at booth #3042, in the
Javits Center, New York City, October 5-7, 2004. TechXNY is “the showcase
for the most dynamic business technology players and products in the
world, in the business capital of the world”.
About Base One International
Since its inception in 1993, Base One International
Corporation has been providing programming tools and middleware to
implement corporate database and grid computing solutions.
With its “shrink wrap” grid computing software, Base One
successfully completed projects for Deutsche Bank (securities custody
reporting for over $50 billion in securities), Marsh & McLennan
(commercial insurance risk management package sold to more than 400
corporate clients), and Competitive Media Reporting (the leading ad
tracking Web site, to report expenditure and occurrence data to ad
agencies, advertisers, broadcasters, and publishers).
Base One’s offerings support rock-solid database applications
and solutions for advanced client/server and web environments. The
company’s object-oriented programming tools make rapid development of
complex business software easier, while providing significant
performance, reliability and low total cost of ownership. Its
database-driven grid computing software has received multiple U.S.
patents, and additional patents are pending.
Base One has alliances with IBM, Microsoft, and
Oracle, plus a government reseller agreement with Gray Hawk Systems.
Its corporate headquarters are located at 44 East 12th Street,
New York, NY 10003; email: email@example.com,
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