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Sybase Brings SQL Anywhere 10 to Intel Macs

Sybase Brings SQL Anywhere 10 to Intel Macs

by , 12:15 PM EST, January 9th, 2007

Sybase iAnywhere on Tuesday released a Universal Binary of SQL Anywhere for Mac, enabling the data management and synchronization software to run on Intel-based Macs. The application offers multiple data access interfaces, including JDBC, ODBC, Perl, and PHP, enabling users to bi-directionally synchronize information between heterogeneous database servers and databases running on Macs.

Sybase has also released a free developer version of SQL Anywhere for Mac. Developers can use it with Xcode, Code Warrior, Project Builder, and other development tools.

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