SAND Technology Inc., a leader in analytic application infrastructure, announced additional capability for managing the phenomenal growth of corporate data warehouses with tighter interoperability between version 2.1 of SAND Searchable Archive and the SAND Analytic Server. These two products are available individually as a compact warehouse, operational data store (ODS) or corporate data store, and a high-performance analytic application platform respectively, or may be used together to extend the performance of an existing relational warehouse as Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) components of the SAND Extensible Warehouse Architecture. They are designed to optimize the accessibility of critical business data in a business environment where data volumes are growing at an unprecedented rate.

"The combination of SAND Searchable Archive and SAND Analytic Server has proven to be a powerhouse solution for us," adds Mark Spear, LENNON Program Director for leading systems integrator Atos Origin. "In a recent project for the UK Rail Settlement Plan, we replaced an estimated 14-terabyte relational warehouse that would be needed to store up to 15 years of data with a combination of SAND products that will occupy less than a terabyte of storage. We were able to maintain operational performance while reducing costs tremendously." 

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