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DSTi adds support for Oracle

04 July 2005  |  1166 views  |  0 Source: DST International

DST International (DSTi) – a leading provider of business solutions for the investment management industry today announced that DSTi's Investment Data Solutions - based around DSTi's Investment DataWarehouse, Integration Broker and Market Data Management tools - now supports Oracle as well as Sybase databases.

Steve Edkins, DSTi's COO, said, "The market for relational databases has changed. The database is now treated as a commodity and the majority of our users expect the database of their choice. As we know a high proportion of our clients and prospects have standardised on the Oracle system. In response to this demand we have initiated a programme of development work to ensure that the DSTi solutions will also run under Oracle. This expands our options for Oracle clients whilst continuing our commitment to Sybase."

DSTi's Investment Data Solutions have been the initial focus of the development work. The forthcoming release will be available for evaluation at selected client sites from August with a production release scheduled for the fourth quarter.

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