2/20/2004 - Birdstep Technology (OSE: BIRD) has expanded its presence in the financial marketplace with National Commodities and Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX). NCDEX joins a growing list of financial exchanges that rely on Birdstepís embedded database managers.
Birdstepís RDM Embedded is a feature-rich database ideal for embedding into business critical applications. RDM Embedded provides exceptional performance and reliability in a small footprint. The combination of features, performance and size has made RDM Embedded popular for financial service applications. NCDEX chose RDM Embedded to provide real-time database services for their trading application used by their members.
"RDM Embeddedís high-performance gave us complete confidence in using this product. RDM Embedded has proven itself in the financial services market and was an easy choice for us," commented an official of NCDEX.
"Birdstep is committed to making RDM Embedded the database of choice for business critical applications. We are driven to provide the best performance, size, and reliability in our databases," said Tom Clark, Birdstep Technology, Inc. CEO.
About Birdstep Technology
Birdstep Technology is traded on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE) under ticker 'BIRD'. The company has headquarters in Oslo and Seattle in addition to offices in London, Boston and San Francisco. Birdstep's small footprint, high performance database technologies combined with its wireless roaming and access software enables companies to build innovative solutions for embedded systems and the Mobile Internet. Birdstep makes your information accessible anytime, anywhere, on any device and on any infrastructure. Birdstep's global customers include 3Com (COMS), VERITAS (VRTS), Harman Becker Automotive Systems, HP (HPQ), Accenture (ACN), Telenor (TELN), PCTel (PCTI), Connect One and the National Stock Exchange of India. For more information, visit www.birdstep.com
New at Birdstep Technology
Birdstep Technology now offers FREE Software Development Kits (SDKs) available for download by visiting http://www.birdstep.com/freeSDK.html. Downloading free SDKs allows interested parties to immediately begin working with Birdstepís RDM databases.
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