Birdstep was one of the few players that was able to propose a more complete solution within the embedded database market space
Seattle/Oslo (PRWEB) December 20, 2007
Birdstep Technology (OSE: BIRD), today announced that Siemens Power Generation will use Birdstep's RDM Mobile Database for its next generation Wind Turbine control system.
Siemens Power Generation's demand for a high-performance, fault tolerant, always-on in-memory database that has the ability to dynamically change the database schema after deployment, makes RDM Mobile a natural fit for this project.
"Of all embedded databases evaluated, Birdstep's RDM Mobile has the flexibility and ease of use we need, and when you add Birdstep's excellent pre- and post-sales support, RDM Mobile is the obvious choice", says Michael Laursen - Project leader at Siemens, adding, "Birdstep was one of the few players that was able to propose a more complete solution within the embedded database market space".
"Birdstep is excited to work with Siemens Power Generation and ready to grow with their needs", says Duncan Bates, VP of Product Management. "The quality of Raima Database Managers has been established through 25 years of successful deployment. By selecting an embedded database pioneer, Siemens Power Generation has the right vendor to partner up with to ensure success of their business critical application."
Birdstep Technology ASA is a public company listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE) under ticker 'BIRD'. The company is headquartered in Oslo, Norway with three wholly owned subsidiaries, Birdstep AB in Sweden, Birdstep Technology Inc. in Seattle, US and Birdstep Technology Ltd in Cambridge, UK.
For further press information please contact Steinar Sande at Birdstep:
Tel: 1 206 748 5353
Website: Raima Database Manager
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