STOCKHOLM--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Starcounter today announced that it has been named by leading research firm Gartner, Inc. as a Cool Vendor in In-Memory Computing Technologies for 2015. Targeted at high-performance transaction processing, Starcounter’s in-memory platform enables independent software vendors (ISVs) and web developers to accelerate their time to market for next-generation business applications.
Gartner has stated that: in-memory computing (IMC) enables superfast data processing at scale. Hence, it naturally supports emerging digital business requirements for speed, scale and real-time insights. Application architecture leaders should leverage innovative IMC technologies to enable dramatic business transformation. The final report is on the Gartner website.
Based on Starcounter’s patented VMDBMS technology, the combined in-memory database engine and application server enables the fast and cost-effective development of software that can scale to millions of ACID transactions per second. With Starcounter, recently updated to 2.0, ISVs and developers can meet demanding release cycles and build high-performance applications without glue code, complex architecture and expensive infrastructure.
“We believe this recognition by Gartner as a cool vendor for in-memory computing technologies validates our efforts to make a significant impact on the enterprise software industry,” said Kristoffer Lundegren, CEO of Starcounter. “We believe in helping developers work smarter, not harder. With our in-memory application platform, developers can produce higher performing applications at a lower cost, and drive new business opportunities by speeding up their time to market.”
Starcounter is dedicated to enabling a new breed of high-performance enterprise applications. Founded in 2006 by entrepreneur Joachim Wester, Starcounter’s goal is to reshape the enterprise software industry by transforming the way software is developed and run, with the Starcounter in-memory application platform. To learn more, visit www.starcounter.com.
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Cool Vendors in In-Memory Computing Technologies, 2015, Massimo Pezzini, Roxane Edjlali, Nick Heudecker, 13 April 2015