FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Robert Catalano
Phone #: (201) 594-1422
Revelation Software releases Universal Driver Heavy (UDH)
Westwood, NJ. – September 7, 2006. Revelation Software is proud to announce the release of Universal Driver Heavy (UDH) release 3.1 as part of their network product suite.
The Universal Driver Heavy is client/server software designed to allow real time mirroring of Revelation Linear Hash data. It is designed to handle intensive Revelation applications that need to scale up and have high availability.
“UDH ensures the integrity of your application and your data.” said Kevin Ruane, IT Director of Revelation Software. “We have designed UDH for the business where downtime is intolerable.”
The 3.1 release of The Universal Driver Heavy is for Windows-based platforms only.
For more information about Universal Driver Heavy (UDH), our Solution Partner Program, or Network Training classes at Revelation Headquarters, go to www.revelation.com or give us a call at 800-262-4747.
About Revelation Software
Founded in 1982, Revelation Software delivers a suite of application development tools and companion services that take full advantage of leading network computing architectures, and client server platforms. The company's flagship product OpenInsight is the only database development and application environment that provides Windows, Linux and Java-based GUI tools to develop and deploy web-based and client server applications that support native and relational XML, SQL, and the leading legacy Multi-Value data sources such as ARev, Pick and IBM Universe. There are more than 1.6 million licensed users of Revelation products across 80,000 deployed sites worldwide. The company has offices in Westwood, New Jersey, as well as a European distributor in the United Kingdom, and an Asia Pacific subsidiary in Australia.
Note to editors: Revelation Software is a division of Revelation Technologies. Revelation Software, OpenInsight and JOI are trademarks of Revelation Technologies. All other trademarks and trade names are property of their respective holders.
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