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McObject Announces Availability of eXtremeDB/rt for Renesas Electronics’ Synergy™ MCUs

November 1, 2022, Seattle: McObject® announces the release of eXtremeDB®/rt database  management system (DBMS) for Renesas Electronics’ Synergy™ family of microcontroller  units (MCU). eXtremeDB/rt is the first and only commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) real-time  database management system suitable for hard real-time embedded systems.  

Today’s complex real-time embedded systems require the ability to ingest data from multiple  sources (sensor data fusion) and ensure that the system’s state accurately reflects the state of the  external environment that it is controlling, within set timing constraints. eXtremeDB/rt offers  developers of high performance real-time embedded systems an embedded database system  solution never before available, a DBMS that works together with a real-time operating system  (RTOS) to manage database transaction deadlines.  

eXtremeDB/rt facilitates transaction deadline enforcement through a choice of real-time database  transaction managers that can be selected based on the target systems’ operational pattern.  Traditionally, database systems strive to ensure ‘internal’ consistency (the application of a  transaction moves the database from one consistent state to new consistent state). In addition to  internal consistency, eXtremeDB/rt also supports real-time embedded systems’ requirement for  external consistency.  

Chris Mureen, McObject Chief Operating Officer had this to say: “Embedded systems  increasingly have real-time constraints coupled with complex data management that is a direct  by-product of sensor data fusion. eXtremeDB/rt will be a complementary arrow in developers’  quiver. The Renesas Synergy MCU family are ideal target systems for eXtremeDB/rt because the  family facilitates scalability and code reuse while delivering a range of power consumption and  performance.”  

eXtremeDB/rt was designed for use in resource-constrained, mission-critical embedded systems.  Its small footprint and frugal use of memory and CPU make it uniquely qualified for these  applications. Find eXtremeDB in millions of embedded systems, in deployments ranging from  satellite systems to locomotive control, world-wide.  

About McObject 

Founded by database and real-time systems experts, McObject offers proven, ultra-fast data  management technology, used across a wide range of industries and market segments. The company’s  background and expertise in defense and aviation sectors mean that its technology is exceptionally  reliable and robust.  

McObject counts among its customers industry leaders such as BAE Systems, TradeStation, Siemens,  Philips, EADS, JVC, ViaSat, F5 Networks, CA, Motorola and Northrup Grumman, along with NSE.IT,  SunGard, Transaction Network Services, and Dalian Commodity Exchange.  

eXtremeDB uses powerful, industry-standard tools and languages, such as SQL, Python, C/C++, Java and  C#.  

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