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Sybase Updates ASE From Macworld

Sybase Updates ASE From Macworld

by , 5:00 PM EST, January 6th, 2004

Sybase has announced the release of ASE 12.5.1 from the Macworld Expo floor. ASE is a utility designed for database management. The update features new DBA tools and improved system performance. According to Sybase:

Today, Sybase will announce the availability of the latest version of its relational database, ASE 12.5.1, to Mac OS X Panther customers. With ASE 12.5.1, Apple users will be able to deploy database-driven applications that take advantage of one of the most cost-effective data management systems for business-critical computing.

New capabilities in Sybase ASE 12.5.1 include:

  • Self-management Features and New DBA Tools to Reduce Operational Costs
  • Greater System Performance and Scalability
  • Faster, Simpler Application Development

You can find more information about the ASE update at the Sybase Web site or at Sybase booth at the Macworld Expo. The update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$195.00.

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