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Overview
FastObjects Client-Server Database is a high performance, transactional object client-server database designed to meet the requirements of object oriented programmers with a need to manage application objects with a robust embedded client-server database. FastObjects Client-Server Database is configurable to meet multi-user requirements as well as embedded client-server database deployment requirements.
Polyhedra is a family of compact, lightweight, SQL relational database management systems (RDBMS) optimized for embedded systems applications. Built on an ironclad clientserver architecture, Polyhedra in-memory database system (IMDB) and Polyhedra FlashLite provide a secure data repository for embedded systems, mobile devices and server-based applications demanding the utmost in performance and reliability.
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Sample Customers
Acme Truck Line Inc, Medical Data Vision, Pediatrix Medical Group, Zoho
Xilinx, Freescale Semiconductor, AMD

Actian Versant FastObjects is ranked 11th in Non-Relational Databases while ENEA Polyhedra is ranked 15th in Non-Relational Databases. Actian Versant FastObjects is rated 0.0, while ENEA Polyhedra is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Actian Versant FastObjects is most compared with Actian db4o, whereas ENEA Polyhedra is most compared with .

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