Beltsville, MD, March 31, 2009 - Software, home of the EMPRESS Embedded Database, announces the immediate availability of the newest Empress Ultra Embedded Database V10.20 for Microsoft Windows Mobile. This fresh release is part of an innovative cross-development package that helps developers to build database applications and solutions
on Windows XP for deployment on mobile devices and phones powered by Windows Mobile.
This Empress Ultra Embedded Database v10.20 Cross Development Package is for application development on x86 for Windows XP and deployment on ARM for Windows Mobile 6. The special release empowers embedded application developers with unique new features including text search index, Shiborikomi search, spatial indexing, and low-level Unicode MR calls, which result in increased efficiency and performance.
To show a sample database application using the Empress text search index capability, Empress downloaded the entire contents of the popular free online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, put its contents onto to an Empress database on a PDA, and indexed it using the Empress Text Search Index. The total size of which was 24 GB. Such an application literally puts data directly into the hands of users. For a screenshot of the Empress Wikipedia Database, please visit:
Embedding a database on a device or phone adds an extra dimension of intelligence to applications," comments John Kornatowski, President of Empress Software. " We are a society that thrives on information, and we want it fast and ready at our fingertips."
About Empress Software Inc.
Empress Software develops
and supports the EMPRESS Ultra Embedded Database management system worldwide.
EMPRESS is a full-featured, high-performance database designed for embedded
developers working with UNIX, Linux, Windows, and real-time operating systems.
EMPRESS has been utilized successfully in diverse embedded fields including networking
telecom, control & automation, automotive, security, military &
defense, data acquisition & instrumentation. For more information, check
our web site at or send
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Empress at 301-220-1919.