Posted By: David Malmborg
The Report Analyzes Vendor Capabilities and Client Implementation With Use Cases
COLUMBIA, MO–(Marketwired – Dec 21, 2015) – FairCom, the pioneer in multimodel No+SQL integrated database management, today announced Gartner, Inc. has included it in its December 2015 report on Critical Capabilities for Operational Database Management Systems. Recommended as a companion to this year’s Magic Quadrant, the report “combines vendor capabilities and client implementation experience to provide guidance.” FairCom was also positioned in Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems for the second consecutive year.
In this report, vendors and products are analyzed according to Gartner’s nine most important functional capabilities across the major identified use cases: Traditional Transactions, Distributed Variable Data, Lightweight Events and Observations, and Hybrid Transaction/Analytical Processing (HTAP).
“We’re proud of the niche we’ve carved out in traditional transactions and with so many solutions emerging on the market, we’ll continue to keep our focus on helping customers develop the right mix of database technologies for their unique application needs,” said Alysha Brown, COO of FairCom. “We’re looking forward to next year’s report and case studies’ results, which will reflect the more than 300 enhancements we’ve made to c-treeACE late this year.”
The Magic Quadrant and Critical Capabilities report were based on c-treeACE’s feature set in July 2015 and do not include the advancements made in the version 11 release, announced by FairCom in November 2015.
Used by customers in over 100 countries, including 43 percent of Fortune 100 companies, FairCom’s c-treeACE engine provides the most powerful simultaneous access to NoSQL and SQL. It gives developers in companies of any size the control to customize their database — structured or unstructured — and enhance performance gains. It’s the foundation for thousands of vertical market, embedded and corporate applications worldwide, including UPS, IBM, Thomson Reuters and Visa.
For the full 2015 Gartner reports on Critical Capabilities for Operational Database Management Systems and Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems, FairCom is offering complimentary access. To view the reports: http://learn.faircomcorp.com/2015-gartner
FairCom is a pioneer in the software industry, the first company to offer a commercial package using b-tree algorithms on microcomputers in 1979. Today, FairCom maintains its sole technical focus on database technology, continually enhancing its core database technology while keeping up with the latest industry platforms and APIs. FairCom’s c-treeACE engine is the industry’s choice solution for enterprise data providing the most powerful simultaneous access to multimodel NoSQL and SQL, giving developers in companies of any size the control to customize their database, and ultimately enhancing performance gains.
FairCom technology has been used in solutions serving industries including financial, healthcare, telecommunications, manufacturing automation, accounting, legal, dental, education, construction, aerospace, trucking, gaming, space exploration, oil and gas, energy, major league baseball, fraud detection, public safety and infrastructure management.
FairCom is a privately owned company. For more details, please visit: www.FairCom.com
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