ENTERPRISE COMPUTING: New Products

ENTERPRISE COMPUTING: New Products

ProClarity platform works with OLAP

The ProClarity Analytical Platform bundles free developer tools, including an upgraded version of the ProClarity client for online analytical processing under Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 OLAP Services.

The ProClarity 2.0 OLAP client, from Knosys Inc. of Boise, Idaho, lets users customize their ProClarity data visualization tools with Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications. Also new to Version 2.0 is support for third-party plug-ins.

The Platform Development Kit supplies documentation and code samples for Visual Basic for Applications, ActiveX, the Microsoft Component Object Model, the Knosys Data Source Hub and open application programming interfaces.

General Services Administration Information Technology Schedule prices for ProClarity 2.0 and the ProClarity Analytical Platform start at $359 per single copy.

Contact Knosys at 208-344-1630.

Enterprise RAID system stores 3T

An enterprise storage system from Unison Information Systems of Framingham, Mass., claims to hold more than 3T of data when configured with 60 hot-pluggable drives.

The RAID input/output Fibre System gives sustained transfer rates of about 92 megabytes/sec for a single host loop and 190 megabytes/sec for a dual host loop.

The system comes in a 19-inch rackmount design with dual power supplies and fans. Pricing starts at $19,700.

Contact Unison Information Systems at 508-879-3200.

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