Enea Launches Polyhedra 8.1

The release includes new features for industrial control

January 15, 2009

1 Min Read

STOCKHOLM -- Enea® (Nordic Exchange/Small Cap/ENEA), a world leading provider of network software and services, today announced the availability of Polyhedra® 8.1, which adds new features to their relational database management product family, and new platforms.

Polyhedra has been used for many years as the data store at the heart of SCADA systems, and the key features it brings to this market include high speeds (many thousands of transactions per second), high availability, a high-level trigger language (to allow business logic to be built into the database), its active query mechanism and its historian. Polyhedra 8.1 adds extra capabilities to the last two of these features, further enhancing the suitability of Enea's database management systems for use in process control and industrial automation. For the benefit of Telecom Equipment Manufacturers, Polyhedra has now been ported to the latest release of Enea's OSE real-time operating system, and MIPS has been added to the list of supported targets for Linux. In addition, customers using Enea OSE® can now use Enea LINX® communications protocol alongside or instead of TCP/IP, allowing improved performance and fault tolerance when connecting machines using heterogeneous OS environments, with any endianism issues automatically handled.

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