Compare ENEA Polyhedra vs. Matisse

ENEA Polyhedra is ranked 18th in Non-Relational Databases while Matisse is ranked 17th in Non-Relational Databases. ENEA Polyhedra is rated 0, while Matisse is rated 0. On the other hand, ENEA Polyhedra is most compared with , whereas Matisse is most compared with Objectivity/DB.
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Overview
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.The database for Web Services. Includes Native Object and XML Support, ANSI SQL Support, no Object-Relational mapping.
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Xilinx, Freescale Semiconductor, AMDABB, Airbus, AMP, Areva / Cogema, Baan, Bayer, Cap Gemini Ernest & Young, CEA Technology, Deutsche Bank, Dunn & Bradstreet, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Hitachi, IBM Netherlands, NEC, Nokia, Panasonic, Pfizer, Philips, Sanofi, Saudi Aramco, Siemens, Sony Electronics, Tokyo Gas, Tokyo Hospital, Thales Group, UBS Warburg, Unilever Reasearch, University of Gronigen, Vivendi Universal
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