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Field-force enterprise solution with
db4o Compact Framework database
"Eastern Data wanted to expand into new markets. With db4o, we now have the ability
to offer greater functionality and expandability to our customers - where db4o meets
the needs of size, performance, and price"
--David Angier, CTO
db4o Compact Framework Database
- Native to Compact Framework 2 and 3.5
- 100% object-oriented, no object-relational mapping
- Only 1MB footprint
- Superior performance and low resource consumption
- Unique support for LINQ on CF 3.5
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"db4o's mobile database gave us a clear advantage over the competition.
It was proven to use very little resources - to be fast, lean, and simple to deploy
- and also to be very affordable in high volumes."
--Christian Herold, CEO Mobilanten
"The database has been nothing short of amazing. Just the ability to modify the structure
and it automatically updates the versions is worth its weight in gold."
--Victor Boba, CEO BOCA Software
"db4o, a great, open source, OODB that can beat SQL Server anytime when it comes to persisting native objects. No mapping, no nothing, store your object model, not a flat, relational model."