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Imceda(TM) Software Introduces Speed SQL Turbo; Increases Speed of Text Retrieval and Adds Advanced Search Features for SQL Server

Imceda(TM) Software Introduces Speed SQL Turbo; Increases Speed of Text Retrieval and Adds Advanced Search Features for SQL Serv

BURLINGTON, Mass., March 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Imceda(TM) Software, Inc., the leading provider of database administration and development products, today introduced Speed SQL Turbo, which leverages the unique SQL-based architecture behind the Imceda search engine and dramatically increases the speed of SQL Server's free text retrieval. SQL Turbo provides data base administrators (DBAs) all of the necessary advanced search features needed in SQL Server for building a professional search application.

SQL Turbo integrates seamlessly with SQL Server so DBAs won't have to set aside the website search development work they already have in place. And, SQL Turbo significantly increases the performance, data processing range and the feature set available with the existing SQL Server search -- specifically in the areas of indexing, searching and retrieval.

"Imceda is expanding its product line for DBAs and developers with the introduction of SQL Turbo," said Walter Scott, CEO of Imceda. "SQL Turbo provides high performance and advanced features at a fraction of the cost of major search vendors. This search architecture was developed to achieve optimum performance for database information retrieval. DBAs will enjoy significant cost savings and reduced delivery times -- without large teams of consultants to administer."

SQL Turbo provides improvements of up to 100 times that of SQL Server's Full Text Catalogue and significantly increases SQL Server's ability to index and search text in large database tables with advanced search features and easy result-set navigation. The comparative speed improvements increase the larger the database tables get. Other SQL Turbo product features include:

* High Performance: SQL Turbo solves the problem of low search speed and outperforms all other major search engines. * Ease of Implementation: SQL Turbo is fully integrated with SQL Server and is accessed through stored procedures, so there is no need to learn a new propriety Software Developer Kit and most existing applications can easily be modified to use SQL Turbo. * Scalability: SQL Turbo is highly scalable, up to 4 million rows of free text retrieval using SQL Server 2000. * Search Features: SQL Turbo adds all the advanced search features to SQL Server which DBAs need to build a professional search application. SQL Turbo utilizes SQL Servers existing interface, there's no need for developing code to interface with proprietary search interfaces. * Low Cost: SQL Turbo was designed for easy ramp-up and DBAs will see immediate cost savings and reduced delivery times. About Imceda

Imceda's software solutions offer faster database performance, easy implementation and the flexibility to implement change management and control documentation as well as performance analysis to increase scalability. Founded in 1999 on the principle that great engineering makes great products, Imceda is privately held with locations in the USA, Japan, the UK and Australia. For more information visit http://www.imceda.com/.

Imceda has licensed more than 3,000 customers and 17,000 servers. Imceda's award winning product portfolio includes: LiteSpeed 2005, the leading rapid backup and recovery solution for Microsoft SQL Server; Speed SQL IDE, a full- featured integrated development environment; Speed Coefficient 2.0, an advanced SQL analysis tool; Speed Change Manager, a simple yet powerful database comparison tool; and LiteSpeed for Exchange, a reliable email backup and recovery for the exchange administrator.

Imceda(TM) Software, Inc.

CONTACT: Cheryl Delgreco of Media Strategies, Inc., +1-617-723-4004,
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.imceda.com/

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