Altibase Inc. Announces its Addition to Gartner's "Who's Who in In-Memory DBMSs" Altibase HDB(TM) with its Hybrid architecture merges the power of In-Memory Computing and on-disk Big Data storage. GREATER NEW YORK CITY, March 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - Altibase Inc., a global leader in In-Memory Database solutions is pleased to announce its inclusion in Gartner's esteemed "Who's Who in In-Memory DBMSs." "As Gartner has identified In-Memory Computing as a top technology trend for 2013, Altibase Inc. is especially proud to be a key player in the space." CEO, Altibase Inc. Altibase has received numerous awards and recognitions from both government and IT leaders for excellence in database management software solutions, pioneering R&D and leadership in In-Memory Computing. Growing demands of strategic data management is crucial to revenue growth, reduction in spend and sustained profitably. Success is defined by optimizing data management solutions. ALTIBASE HDB™ In-Memory Database is the single point solution for over 400 enterprise clients and thousands of deployments. ALTIBASE HDB ™ with its hybrid architecture delivers the best of In-Memory performance and on-disk size in a single unified engine. Speed alone is not enough. ALTIBASE HDB ™ with its built-in Replication and High Availability is also a world-wide leader in stability and reliability. "Of course we anticipated the highest performance from ALTIBASE HDB™. In regard to stability, ALTIBASE HDB™ has proven itself to go beyond our expectation." Senior Developer, Samsung Securities ALTIBASE HDB™ has solved a litany of problems in Telecommunications, Financial Services, Manufacturing and Government. "We are thrilled to announce passing one quadrillion transactions processed. Beyond that, we realize that this is only the beginning. Altibase Inc. is strongly positioned to solve the scaling needs of business and looks forward to dwarfing that number soon." CEO, Altibase Inc. In telecom, ALTIBASE HDB ™ has solved issues with Real Time Rating Systems (RTRS), Account Balance Management systems (ABM) and Online Charging Systems (OCS) for China Telecom, China Unicom, China Mobile, SK Telecom and Ericsson, among many others. ALTIBASE HDB ™ allows telecom billing to be based per second on an individual subscriber basis. Billing, connect and disconnect services are now handled in real-time. ALTIBASE HDB ™ eliminates costly collection efforts, mishandled accounts and capital loss from batch latency. ALTIBASE HDB's ™ comprehensive database management solution has also tackled multiple problem areas for top financial services. ALTIBASE HDB's ™ strengths in online trading, algorithmic trading, authentication, single sign-on, FX margin and options trading are trusted by the leaders in banking. E*TRADE, Solomon, Samsung Securities and several of the top Japanese investment banks, rely on ALTIBASE HDB ™ to give them their competitive advantage. When lives are at stake, ALTIBASE HDB ™ is the choice for Ministries of Defense. Real-time munitions communication and location based services rely on ALTIBASE HDB's ™ High Availability, speed and zero-tolerance for down time. ALTIBASE HDB™ is also the backbone for quality control systems, yield management and central command for the manufacturing sector. Scrap and associated capital loss is now a thing of the past. Big Data is here and Altibase Inc. is poised, ready and fully prepared to tackle the associated demands. About Altibase: Altibase is a world leader in data management systems and provides high performance computing solutions to top companies worldwide. (http://www.altibase.com). Altibase has helped hundreds of enterprise clients in Telecommunications, Financial Services, Manufacturing and Government with their growing database management needs. This article was originally distributed on PRWeb. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/3/prweb10574185.htm CONTACT: Altibase Inc. Jung Nahm firstname.lastname@example.org 1-888-837-7333 904
Altibase Inc. Announces its Addition to Gartner's "Who's Who in In-Memory DBMSs"