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Polyhedra
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Overview
Polyhedra is a family of compact, lightweight, SQL relational database management systems (RDBMS) optimized for embedded systems applications. Built on an ironclad clientserver architecture, Polyhedra in-memory database system (IMDB) and Polyhedra FlashLite provide a secure data repository for embedded systems, mobile devices and server-based applications demanding the utmost in performance and reliability.
Visual FoxPro is the object-oriented relational database management system that makes it possible for you to create database solutions for the desktop to the Web. Visual FoxPro provides powerful data handling capabilities, rapid application development tools for maximum productivity, and the flexibility needed to build all types of database solutions.
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Sample Customers
Xilinx, Freescale Semiconductor, AMD
Vocational Training Council, Advantage Sales and Marketing, Capital Nomura Securities Public Company Limited, King Saud University

ENEA Polyhedra is ranked 16th in Non-Relational Databases while FoxPro is ranked 4th in Non-Relational Databases. ENEA Polyhedra is rated 0.0, while FoxPro is rated 0.0. On the other hand, ENEA Polyhedra is most compared with , whereas FoxPro is most compared with FileMaker and Oracle Berkeley DB.

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