ANTs hoping to ruin Oracle's picnic

Tuesday Sep 19th 2006 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Executives at ANTs Software Inc. are hoping that hefty licensing fees generally associated with Oracle's namesake database management system will prompt customers to take a look at the Ants Data Server, a high performance database...

[From SearchOracle.com]

Executives at ANTs Software Inc. are hoping that hefty licensing fees generally associated with Oracle's namesake database management system (DBMS) will prompt customers to take a look at the Ants Data Server (ADS), a high performance database that was designed to replace or compliment Oracle and other DBMS market leaders like MySQL, Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server.

ANTs argues that ADS, which includes a SQL query execution engine, can typically be deployed on fewer servers than competitors, giving it the potential to lower hardware, software and system administration costs.

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