Universal Cross-Platform Database Connectivity
Trifox Inc., founded in 1984, specializes in high performance OLTP
database tools. Dedicated to providing interoperability
between heterogeneous database environments, the company brings its
16 years of multi-tier application development experience
to bear on the challenges facing today's businesses who use the Internet
in their daily operations.
While many companies have provided
existing 3rd party gateways and middleware products, Trifox has focused on
actually enhancing the performance of database environments.
The company's mission is to provide products that simplify the integration and
optimize the performance of multi-tier database applications with
attention to maintaining an "open system."
At the heart of Trifox's pantheon is VORTEX, which provides transparent
concurrent access to all major databases on nearly all deployed platforms.
VORTEX reaches low-level datasources such as ISAM,
ADABAS C, and other flat-file structures via GENESIS.
At the other end, DesignVision provide an integrated set of development
tools for database and data management applications.
This mature product line has been enhanced to seamlessly integrate with
Multiple interfaces including pure Java, JDBC, Perl, and ODBC
combined with unrivaled
transaction speed and number of concurrent users
makes VORTEX the best-of-breed for businesses with massive,
mission-critical distributed systems.
In hundreds of cities in the United States VORTEX is at the core
of the system that enables dispatchers to rush the correct emergency
service to the right address as well as track the service and resources,
for maintenance personnel as well as documentation for the courts.
For municipal agencies, VORTEX provides a cost-effective answer to
the need for reliable real-time, high-volume transactions.
Internet Database Publishing
Using the World Wide Web for information storage and retrieval
allows geographically dispersed communities to share results of
research and investigations in near real-time. Using DesignVision
to create the browser-based application and VORTEX to provide
high-speed access to the databases, one government agency makes
legacy and new information about diseases available on demand 24
hours a day, 7 days a week, at a very low cost.
Aircraft development and maintenance require huge amounts of documentation,
much of it in drawings and schematics.
One engineering firm was directed to downsize from mainframes to
minicomputers and at the same time store and share expanding and
more complex pieces of data between an increasing number of
geographically dispersed sites with a variety of computing resources.
VORTEX helped them meet their rightsizing goals without
compromising the mission and continues to provide access to all legacy
data, faster, more reliably and seamlessly.
In each one of these cases, the VORTEX-based solution not only
fit seamlessly into the enterprise, saving time and money, and dramatically
improved the productivity of existing resources.
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Updated 15 Jan 2008.