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CACHE database on Mac OS X.

InterSystems Corporation today announced that its CACHE post-relational database is available for deployment on Mac OS X.

The CACHE database delivers a feature set combined with automated system management, and features a Unified Data Architecture that automatically makes data available as both objects and tables, eliminating the need to synchronize data definitions or map from one form to another. In addition to enabling rapid SQL development and deployment, CACHE offers the object technology preferred for deployment in the inherently object-oriented Web environment with a object model, including encapsulation, polymorphism, multiple inheritance, collections, and relationships.

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Title Annotation:IT News
Publication:Database and Network Journal
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2005
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