Altibase is pleased to announce the foundation of Altibase China, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Altibase Corporation. This subsidiary is expected to greatly increase our reach and our quality of service.
The book takes the form of a conversation between Oracle and Altibase, and outlines the internal structure of ALTIBASE HDB and explains how to manage it and optimize its performance.
This contract is the first time that a commercial B2B software solution has been supplied for free in South Korea. It will help develop a software ecosystem around ALTIBASE HDB and increase the software market share of both companies.
Altibase donates around nine hundred million won worth of its product, as well as around two hundred million won worth of WareValley Orange, a database monitoring tool for ALTIBASE HDB, to Yildiz Technical University and Hacettepe University.
The new ALTIBASE HDB educational applications are expected to encourage the use of ALTIBASE HDB, revitalize the DBMS market, and help build the Altibase brand name.
Altibase CEO S.J. Kim announces plans for the Southeast Asia Business Council to focus on business development and partnerships in Singapore, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
Altibase’s senior consultant Pae highlights the ALTIBASE® HDB™ Hybrid Relational Database solution and discusses the advantages of using the HDB, such as improving performance while lowering TCO to meet customer business needs.
Altibase and SAP are attacking the “Big Data” market with their in-memory technology. Altibase recently released its HDB Zeta product and will be introducing its CEP product and Altibase Extreme product to the line-up.
Digital Times releases an article mentioning Altibase as one of the Korean companies with competitive prices and services that are going abroad.
Altibase and KOTRA work hand-in-hand to create a global “Enterprise Brand Marketing” strategy.