Syntricity Enhances Data Warehousing and Analysis Performance through Oracle Linux™

SAN DIEGO--()--Syntricity, Inc. announced support for dataConductor on the Oracle Linux operating system. In December 2010, Syntricity completed the first full deployment of dataConductor on Oracle Linux at dataConductor.com, bringing immediate performance gains to all dataConductor.com™ customers. Enterprise customers with an interest in Linux now have a lower cost option for deploying dataConductor to a Unix environment.

Syntricity’s dataConductor.com brings high-performance data analysis and data warehousing to customers ranging from start-ups to some of the largest fabless semiconductor companies in the world.

“The 64-bit Oracle Linux and Oracle Database, woven with the latest in multi-threaded microprocessors and a new memory tier based on solid-state storage, deliver substantial benefits to our customers,” says Tim Lewis, VP of Operations for Syntricity. “Data insertion times have been improved by 75-80% on average, with data extraction and analysis times improved by up to 90% compared to our benchmarks. Within days of deployment, one of our customers noted an order of magnitude improvement in a large data extraction. That’s the kind of performance gain that everyone wants to claim, but our customers are actually experiencing it.”

Syntricity announced in October 2010 that it had accelerated data warehouse performance by replacing spinning hard disks with advanced, solid-state storage in the Oracle-based portion of its data warehouse. Combined with the latest in microprocessor technologies, and driven by 64-bit Oracle Linux, Syntricity has built the ideal environment for RaCR, its interactive, drag-and-drop analysis and reporting platform. Advanced hardware integrated with database enhancements running in a 64-bit environment provide obvious performance gains for data-logged customers.

dataConductor.com is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering for semiconductor companies that provides the throughput necessary for data-intensive companies to turn data into solutions. It is the hosted version of dataConductor, a web-native data analysis and reporting solution for the semiconductor industry. Accessed through a web browser, dataConductor.com provides companies of all sizes access to a powerful, reliable and secure engineering yield management (EYM) system scalable to tens of gigabytes of uploaded data per day and multiple terabytes directly accessible online.

Syntricity is a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork.

About Syntricity, Inc.

Syntricity is the pioneer in enterprise yield management in the semiconductor industry. Its software is used by leading semiconductor companies, test vendors and wafer foundries to gather, manage and analyze data from facilities around the world to improve yield, reduce product development cycles, and increase profits. A privately-held company, Syntricity is headquartered in San Diego, California. For more information, e-mail info@syntricity.com, visit http://www.syntricity.com, or call 858 552-4485.

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Syntricity, Inc.
Joe McCaughey, 858-552-4485 x102
info@syntricity.com

Release Summary

Syntricity’s dataConductor offers high-performance data analysis and warehousing to companies ranging from start-ups to the largest fabless semiconductor companies, now with the power of Linux.

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Contacts

Syntricity, Inc.
Joe McCaughey, 858-552-4485 x102
info@syntricity.com