ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, OLE-DB Drivers for the World Wide Web RDBMS Press Release  

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  • ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, OLE-DB Drivers for the World Wide Web RDBMS Press Release
  • OpenLink Unleashes New ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, and OLE DB Drivers for the World Wide Web
  • New High-Performance Data Access Driver Middleware turns World Wide Web into a Federated Relational Database
  • OpenLink Software, Inc., an innovative technology leader in high performance data access, integration, virtualization, and native data management, today introduced a new collection of high-performance, secure, and cross-platform drivers for Open Database & Open Data Connectivity that turn the World Wide Web into a federated relational database that's accessible from any existing ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, or OLE DB compliant application or service. The new LOD Cloud Connectivity Drivers, a client-only component of OpenLink Virtuoso, delivers an unrivalled data access driver solution that turns any Virtuoso instance (Personal, Enterprise, or Cloud-hosted) into a powerful data-junction-box for the World Wide Web, providing federated access to the massive data resources of the World Wide Web and its Linked Open Data enclave. In this new data access frontier, hundreds of data sources (including Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn) become directly accessible by ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, and OLE DB compliant tools, through the same familiar interfaces used to access SQL RDBMS-hosted databases provided by the likes of Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, Sybase, Informix, Ingress, Progress, MySQL, and many others.
  • Situation Analysis Exponential growth of the Internet and World Wide Web continue to challenge the data-driven pursuit of agility by enterprises and individuals alike. Today, as has been the case for many years, data silo proliferation increasingly reduces the utility of existing productivity tools (such as spreadsheets, business intelligence report writers, document editors, development environments, and others) as well as a new generation of mobile applications running on smartphones, tablets, and wearables (e.g., wrist watches) while also increasing data access, integration, and dissemination costs.
  • Every industry inflection, in regards to data access, interaction, integration, or management, provides an opportunity for OpenLink Software to demonstrate its technology innovation prowess and leadership. The World Wide Web, the Social Media realm it's spawned, and today's Big Linked Open Data phenomena are no different -- he added.
  • Exposing the World Wide Web as a federated relational [Tables & Property Graphs] database, accessible by both SQL and SPARQL, has been a fundamental goal of ours since the Web explosion -- said Kingsley Idehen, Founder & CEO, OpenLink Software.
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