News Release 05/08/2007
db4objects Demos Car Navigation System with NAND Drive at JavaOne
SAN MATEO, Calif., May 8, 2007 - db4objects (www.db4o.com), the creator of the leading open source object database for the Java platform, helped solve a leading Japanese car manufacturer's hard drive problem by eliminating it.
db4objects will demonstrate at SUN's Java Playground at booth #1336 a navigation system that is powered by db4o and a NAND drive. The demo shows how db4o maximizes database performance and optimizes NAND life. The db4o/NAND navigation system runs up to 10x faster than a navigation system with a traditional hard drive.
"With db4o there is no paging and the database uses very small slots where possible so it runs extremely fast on NAND,” commented Carl Rosenberger, Chief Software Architect at db4objects. “That translates into a much finer granularity of how data is written to the drive which is not only much more efficient but also ideally suited for NAND drives."
See the interactive demo at SUN’s Java Playground at the JavaOne Pavilion, Booth #1336, and learn more about the leading open source object database for Java.
For more information on JavaOne please visit http://java.sun.com/javaone/sf/
About db4objects, Inc
db4objects, Inc (www.db4o.com) provides db4o, the world's most popular object database, native to Java and .NET and available under open source and commercial licenses. With more than 20,000 registered community members and one million downloads, db4o is used in a broad array of industries around the globe. Customers include the world's most innovative companies, including Boeing, Bosch, Intel, Ricoh, and Seagate. db4objects is based in San Mateo, California, and backed by noted Silicon Valley luminaries including Mark Leslie, founding CEO of Veritas; Jerry Fiddler, founding CEO of Wind River; and Vinod Khosla, founding CEO of Sun Microsystems.
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