Winter Corporation, a leading center of expertise in very large databases, has launched the 2005 TopTen Program to identify the world's largest and most heavily used databases. Data collection for the Program runs until July 15th. Winter Corp. will announce the award recipients and research results on September 8th.

The TopTen Program is a survey-based global research effort directed at organizations with large-scale database operations. The Program's primary objective is to pay tribute to those who build or manage large data repositories that support business-critical applications on data warehouses and operational systems. The campaign identifies the products, platforms and architectures that comprise the leading implementations. In addition, the TopTen Program recognizes the vendors whose products and services have enabled users to reach these new heights in database size and performance.

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