Sybase plans to launch its long awaited Highgate online analytical processing (Olap) software later this month, for shipment in November.
Although the database supplier said early this year that it had pulled funding for the project - undertaken by California-based developer, White Light - it U-turned on the decision in July (see Newswire, 14 July) and is finally announcing the product, which was originally slated to appear last year.
Richard Harvey, Sybase' database product marketing manager, said: "We'll be the only database supplier selling the product, but it's yet to be finalised whether we'll be the exclusive reseller. I think White Light is looking for other channels to market too."
Highgate will be sold as a separate product from Sybase' database offerings, and will comprise middleware and a client. It is likely to be targeted at the data warehousing market alongside the IQ query accelerator software.
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