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ETI Launches New Software to Speed Loading and Access of Large DB2 Databases

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January 17, 2001
  By Rachel Rasmussen

AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 16, 2001 ? Evolutionary Technologies International Inc. (ETI), a provider of data integration management software, introduced the data system library (DSL) for C/DB2.

A new addition to the ETI-EXTRACT Tool Suite, the DSL for C/DB2 offers users the ability to utilize the C programming language to natively access data stored in DB2 databases. Designed to provide flexible, high performance access, the product can be used to read from and write to DB2 databases employed in e- business applications, enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) and data warehouses.

"Organizations with complex transformation requirements, or short timeframes for updating new e-business and CRM applications hosted on DB2 databases, will benefit from ETI's DSL for C/DB2," said Juan Carlos Martinez, ETI's vice president of marketing. "It is a highly customizable, performance-oriented solution with a rich set of transformations."

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