IBM Delivers DB2 Universal Database for NUMA-Q Servers, Packs More Power into Business Intelligence
Somers, N.Y., March 31, 2000 ? IBM announced the general availability of DB2 Universal Database for its Intel processor-based NUMA-Q servers. This powerful combination creates an ideal foundation for e-business and business intelligence solutions that require very high performance for multiterabyte databases.
The NUMA-Q architecture combines the linear scalability of parallel processing and the easy manageability of a single image SMP platform, with industry leading technology for moving massive streams of data generated by large scale e-business activity. The scalability and the ease of database administration of DB2 Universal Database are ideally suited for the NUMA-Q platform.
DB2 Universal Database Enterprise Edition (EE) and Enterprise - Extended Edition (EEE) serve as the foundation for advanced e-business, business intelligence, ERP and CRM applications, providing superior scalability and performance across applications. DB2 Universal Database EE, a multi-user object relational database scaling from single processor systems to the data center, is ideal for customers ranging from start-ups with data center-size requirements to large corporations, particularly where there is a need for Internet connectivity.
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