c-treeACE embedded in Software AG’s EntireX for use in Linux environments
FairCom Corporation, one of the world’s most trusted names in database technology, announced today the extension of its relationship with global digital transformation leader Software AG. The two companies have signed an agreement that allows Software AG to upgrade its use of the c-treeACE unified multimodel database.
With the new agreement, FairCom and Software AG are renewing their long-standing partnership by expanding the usage of c-treeACE technology and updating to its latest version. Software AG can now take advantage of more modern features such as strong data encryption, Hot Alter Table and a much faster database core engine. In a relationship that goes back almost 20 years, Software AG distributes c-treeACE Database Servers as an OEM, embedding the FairCom technology within Software AG's EntireX service enabler suite of products.
c-treeACE provides speed, reliability and consistency as it powers fast indexing technology for high-performance NoSQL and industry-standard SQL within the same application, over the same single-instance of data. The database solution is also designed to evolve with customers as business needs and technologies change. c-treeACE is available for more than 20 platforms, including real-time operating systems, and offers more than 22 APIs in a variety of development environments.
“Software AG and other top organizations around the world trust FairCom to provide a fast, reliable database solution that meets their unique needs. This new agreement with Software AG is a testament to the high performance capabilities and flexibility of c-treeACE,” said Alysha Brown, FairCom’s chief officer of operations.
In addition to Software AG, FairCom recently announced that Verizon selected c-treeACE as the winner of the Verizon Intelligent Network Control Platform Transaction Server Migration – In-Memory Database solicitation. Due to its flexibility, high performance and reliability, FairCom database technology has been trusted by more than 40 members of the Fortune 100 in recent years.