Sybase has unveiled a new appliance for its IQ Analytics Server, which it claims will let users analyse business data in real time.
The firm said that its Sybase IQ Real-Time Loading Solution continuously loads real-time data into the Sybase IQ Analytics server to ease the process of ad-hoc analysis.
"This solution is intended to take organisations beyond intermittent batch loading to continuous loading of operational database changes," said Sybase's intelligent enterprise solutions director Dan Lahl.
"With the Sybase IQ Real-Time Loading Solution, customers can make better informed business decisions at any time based on the freshest information."
The appliance was built using IBM Power Systems technology and Microstrategy's business intelligence systems.
Sybase claims that the appliance simplifies the complexity of data warehousing while delivering up to 100 per cent faster performance.
Sybase IQ Real-Time Loading Solution is available in three models, each configured to a different workload and data capacity. Series 100 scales up to 80 concurrent users and 12TB of user data capacity, Series 200 can handle hundreds of users and up to 48TB of user data capacity, while Series 300 can handle thousands of users and up to a petabyte of user data capacity.
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