IBM unleashes Cobra

By : |April 29, 2009 0

NEW DELHI, INDIA:IBM has launched new versions of DB2 and InfoSphere Warehouse database softwares. Nicknamed Cobra, the new version of DB2 reduces the space needed to store data.

The software includes workload management and autonomic computing features that improve the performance of key applications, helping IT staff more efficiently manage their growing data, leading to a time savings of up to 35 percent.

“Industries such as banking, healthcare and retail are grappling with the increasing costs of energy while managing, analyzing and accessing information to achieve better business results,” said V Subramanyam, VP—Information Management Development, IBM India/South Asia, “With the new innovations in DB2 and InfoSphere Warehouse software, IBM is again delivering clients and partners higher performance, lower energy as well as operating costs.”

InfoSphere Warehouse 9.7 Enterprise Edition, powered by DB2 9.7, also includes tools to simplify data analysis and data mining, as well as a new departmental Edition of the software, ideal for departments and mid-sized businesses. This new edition meets the needs of these organizations, allowing them to transform their company’s data into reliable and consistent business intelligence.

DB2 9.7 and InfoSphere Warehouse 9.7 will be available in June. Customers, developers and partners can test drive DB2 9.7 by taking advantage of IBM’s early access program.

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