Software AG unveils memory solution at summit
Dubai, September 9, 2013
Software AG, a Germany-based enterprise software company, is showcasing the capabilities of its Terracotta in-memory data management solution at a summit being held in Dubai.
The first Electronic Transaction and Commerce Summit, being held at the Intercontinental Hotel, is an annual event that explores the latest innovations in the e-commerce sector. It features a digital showcase that presents creative e-commerce solutions from exhibitiors.
The summit gathers government entities, e-businesses, e-marketers, small and medium enterprises, industry leaders, experts and entrepreneurs to discuss the issues, trends and challenges impacting the e-commerce sector. It is being held under the support of the UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority.
Software AG’s Big Memory solution from Terracotta dramatically improves website performance and detects fraud in real time during a credit card transaction, said a senior official.
The solution, combined with Software AG’s low-latency Universal Messaging and Complex Event Processing (CEP) platform from Apama enables businesses to maximise real-time data and execute sub-second response to events.
Stephen Gayer, regional sales manager, said: “The e-commerce sector is looking for better data management platforms that can address exponential data volume growth and shifting customer attitudes and requirements."
"Big Memory for eCommerce, an in-memory data management (IMDM) solution can help create richer, faster online shopping experience and increase customer satisfaction. Couple this with Complex Event Processing solution from Apama and you have the best customer experience model possible," he added. - TradeArabia News Service
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