With Freescale Kinetis MCU, ITTIA DB SQL Takes IoT Data Management on Embedded Devices to the Next Level

Bellevue, WA — ITTIA announces a release of the popular embedded database ITTIA DB SQL with support for the Freescale Kinetis family of microcontrollers. Targeting these new low-power MCUs provides a robust database software platform for streamlined development of secure, connected Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Deployed in mission-critical applications that include utility, medical, consumer, and other industries worldwide, the small-footprint ITTIA DB SQL storage engine offers high performance and is well-matched for applications built on the Freescale Kinetis processor portfolio.

Comprehensive, low-cost database software helps Kinetis developers to accelerate development and reduce cost. As there is a direct trend toward building and connecting IoT application data across a broad range of markets with low-power protocol stacks and reliable tools, ITTIA DB SQL on Kinetis is an ideal data management choice for embedded platforms.

Support for Kinetis processors in ITTIA DB SQL benefits manufacturers targeting embedded markets, including IoT, for which memory and resource constraints require small-footprint components. Developers of Kinetis MCU applications are now empowered to build systems that, like enterprise applications, easily create, edit, update and report on data stored in a truly relational database. More specifically, ITTIA DB SQL provides rich features including concurrency, high availability, data integrity validation, and security with no external database administrator (DBA). This ensures scalability, interoperability with other systems, and reliable storage.

A free copy of ITTIA DB SQL is available for evaluation at http://www.ittia.com/products/embedded/evaluation

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