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Ipedo Adds Incremental Caching Capabilities to Virtual Integration Server

Additional Enhancements Include Parameterized Views, MySQL Enterprise Support

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 09/25/07 -- Ipedo, a global provider of enterprise information virtualization software, today announced several major enhancements to the award-winning Ipedo XIP platform. Adding to its ability to provide fast access to distributed business information, Ipedo XIP 4.3 offers an industry-first incremental caching capability, new parameterized views for complex queries, and expanded support for MySQL Enterprise.

"Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for an organization to access all of its information virtually," said Nick Zhang, CEO of Ipedo. "We continue to add features to allow our customers to grow their deployments with the knowledge that the performance will be there."

The new enhancements are designed to increase both the performance and flexibility for large deployments, as well as accommodate the growing use of open source databases in the enterprise. Whether creating data services in an SOA, or new reports in business intelligence applications, customers can access combinations of business information using a simple templated approach, with performance levels that are transparently maintained. New features include:

--  Incremental Caching -- Ipedo XIP now allows for its cache to be
    refreshed incrementally, significantly reducing network traffic when a
    cache refresh is required.  Working automatically and in the background,
    the new incremental caching capability watches remote data sources for
    changes and automatically keeps the cache in synch.
--  Parameterized Views -- Parameterized views allow developers to
    encapsulate complex queries as parameterized templates, thereby avoiding
    construction of complex ad-hoc query strings at execution time. They are
    defined using a syntax common to prepared statements at design time, and
    parameter values are passed into the view at run time. Ipedo XIP performs
    all the optimizations on the resulting composite query tree to ensure
    efficient execution of the user query.
--  MySQL Enterprise Server Support -- Ipedo XIP can now work seamlessly
    with MySQL Enterprise Server, both as a data source and as a results cache.
    Extensive testing on data type interoperability and performance was done to
    ensure optimal deployment.

Ipedo XIP is a powerful data virtualization platform that allows organizations to aggregate and present information in real time, without the need to perform bulk data movement. Ipedo's patented approach treats existing corporate databases and Web Services as a single, virtual data source that applications or users can access using industry-standard protocols. This allows users to gain customized access to the information they need, in a context that makes sense, all while leveraging existing IT investments. With its dual SQL and XQuery engines, Ipedo XIP is the only information virtualization server built from the ground up to emulate today's database architectures. Ipedo XIP also contains a powerful set of performance and security management capabilities that balance user needs with corporate policies.

Pricing and Availability

Ipedo XIP version 4.3 will be generally available in October on Microsoft Windows, Sun Solaris, and Red Hat Linux. Pricing is on a per-CPU or annual subscription basis.

About Ipedo

Ipedo is a leading provider of enterprise information virtualization software that helps organizations make better use of their information through virtualization. The award-winning Ipedo XIP platform uses advanced query distribution and caching technologies to create a virtual data layer that delivers data instantly to users, while reducing the cost and complexity moving and combining disparate data sources. Leading organizations around the world in financial services, government, life sciences, manufacturing, telecommunications and high technology rely on Ipedo to power a range of business critical applications. Ipedo is headquartered in Redwood City, California, and available on the Web at

Ipedo, Ipedo XIP and Dual-Core Query Architecture are trademarks of Ipedo. All other products and services mentioned are trademarks of their respective companies.

For additional information about Ipedo:
Patrick Corman
Corman Communications
(650) 326-9648
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