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Who Uses McObject Databases?

McObject’s eXtremeDB and Perst embedded database systems are used in a wide variety of demanding applications, across multiple industries. The following describes a few of our customers.

F5 Networks


The eXtremeDB real-time in-memory database is part of the Traffic Management Operating System (TMOS) used in F5 Networks’ BIG-IP application delivery networking devices. By combining ground-breaking performance with a tiny footprint, eXtremeDB enables the devices to manage complex data while delivering the required responsiveness, high availability, and reduced development and manufacturing costs. Read more.


GoldenSource is a leading independent provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) and Master Data Management (MDM) solutions for the securities and investment management industry. Integrating McObject’s low latency eXtremeDB in their solution for FRTB regulatory requirements provides GoldenSource clients with the most advanced regulatory compliance and market data management capabilities that also enable more agile and sophisticated risk and finance management. Tom Stock, GoldenSource SVP Product Management, said “Having looked at a number of specialist vendors, we chose eXtremeDB because of its speed and reliability in handling large, complex time-series data sets."  Click here to learn more.


ViaSat, a global broadband services and technology company, chose eXtremeDB to implement a new physical layer satellite debugging application known as the Data Metric Aggregation System (DMAS) project. DMAS ingests metrics feeds from satellite ground-system elements at a very high rate and conducts analysis of the data to identify trends and abnormalities to help enhance network speed, quality and reliability. Today approximately 1 million metric entries per second are captured from the ViaSat ground system using eXtremeDB.  Get more details here.


Sandvine upgraded to eXtremeDB because reliability is absolutely critical to their customers. CSPs around the world have used Sandvine’s products to power innovative subscriber service plans and to fulfill other policy control needs; it is critical that they have access to the best technology. The scalability, high-availability and clustering capabilities of eXtremeDB make it a crucial element in Sandvine systems' foundation as their customers design networks under Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).
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BlueScope, one of the world’s most innovative steel producers, has turned to McObject’s ultra-fast eXtremeDB database management system to upgrade its Plate Mill Information and Control System (PMICS) for teams across the Plate Mill facility at Port Kembla in Australia. This is a significant enhancement of the PMICS, which had not seen any significant changes in infrastructure components for close to two decades, including the UNIX operating system, hardware, real-time databases and messaging infrastructure.  


DirecTV, the nation’s largest satellite television service provider, chose the eXtremeDB Fusion embedded database to manage programming data in set-top boxes. eXtremeDB Fusion’s support for in-memory and on-disk storage enables DIRECTV to use a single software design across its product line of disk-enabled and disk-less set-top boxes, resulting in significant development time and cost savings. For more details, click here.


GoPro helps people capture and share their lives’ most meaningful experiences with others—to celebrate them together. Like how a day on the mountain with friends is more meaningful than one spent alone, the sharing of our collective experiences makes our lives more fun.


TradeStation, a Monex Group company and the parent company of an award-winning broker-dealer and futures commission merchant, intigrated eXtremeDB Financial Edition in-memory database system (IMDS) into its next-generation order-execution system.  McObject's eXtremeDB was selected after it performed "an order of magnitude" faster than alternative database systems in a proof-of-concept.  Learn more in an Intelligent Trading Technology article.


Motorola invented most of the protocols and technologies that make mobile communications possible, including the first mobile phone, the first base station, and most everything in between. eXtremeDB is used in the Motorola SCADA system which provides highly reliable communication and control to enhance productivity and efficiency.

Analog Devices

Linear Technology Corporation, now part of Analog Devices, has been designing, manufacturing and marketing a broad line of high performance analog integrated circuits for major companies worldwide for three decades. Their products provide an essential bridge between the analog world and the digital electronics in communications, networking, industrial, automotive, computer, medical, instrumentation, consumer, and military and aerospace systems. eXtremeDB is found in their SmartMesh wireless mesh networking software for the Internet of Things (IoT). 


For more than fifty years Huffman LLC has been recognized as an Industry leader in product innovation and customer support services, serving the Aerospace, Energy, Industrial and Medical Device markets.

Northrop Grumman


Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in aerospace, electronics, information systems, shipbuilding and technical services to government and commercial customers worldwide. The company integrates McObject’s eXtremeDB database system within its embedded technology for aerospace.



Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training.


The European Aeronautic Defence and Space (EADS) Company develops and markets aircraft for the civil and military markets, as well as missiles, space rockets, satellites, and related technology. eXtremeDB is the real-time in-memory database in the Pilot Assistance program in Eurocopter medical evacuation helicopters. Click here for more information.  

Transaction Network Services

Transaction Network Services' Carrier ENUM Registry searches billions of records for the data to perform routing and support advanced telecom features, at the moment a call is placed or a message sent. The company chose the 64-bit eXtremeDB edition (eXtremeDB-64) to gain the best performance, reliability and scalability in the in-memory database system (IMDS) product category. Learn more

Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin, one of the largest global defense and security technology companies, chose McObject embedded database software for an R&D application for the Medium Extended Air Defense Systems (MEADS) air and missile defense system project of the United States and NATO partners. The company's make-or-buy analysis found economic and time-to-market benefits in licensing a commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) high performance DBMS. Learn more.

Spirent Communications


The Spirent TestCenter platform is the gold standard for testing routers, switches and other networking and telecommunications gear. Spirent TestCenter incorporates the eXtremeDB embedded database to capture live network traffic data, by positioning eXtremeDB at each of its ports. Spirent credits eXtremeDB’s in-memory architecture, and its highly efficient navigational API, with delivering the responsiveness needed for real-time analysis. Read McObject’s press release or an article by Spirent’s CTO on eXtremeDB in Spirent TestCenter.



Consumer electronics giant JVC builds eXtremeDB into both MP3 players and home stereo systems. McObject’s in-memory embedded database manages “meta-data” such as song titles, artists, genres, playlists and more. Using an off-the-shelf database enabled JVC to reduce development time, and eXtremeDB’s streamlined architecture both cuts hardware component costs, and lowers power consumption, leading longer play time between charges. Find out more.


This top-ten social networking Web site uses eXtremeDB-64 in its ‘BlindDate’ compatibility-matching application. In one comparison test, MeetMe found that eXtremeDB calculated a match in 76 microseconds (76 millionths of a second) compared to 800 milliseconds, or nearly a second, using a traditional relational database management system (RDBMS). Read an InformationWeek article about eXtremeDB and MeetMe/myYearbook.

BAE Systems

BAE Systems integrates the eXtremeDB in-memory database for avionics in the Panavia Tornado GR4 combat jet. Within the aircraft’s Tornado Advanced Radar/Map Display Information System (TARDIS), eXtremeDB manages tactical information and is updated in real-time from multiple sources. The company chose eXtremeDB rather than developing its own database in order to reduce costs and shorten time-to-market. Get details.

Schneider Electric                         


Schneider Electric integrates eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System (IMDS) within SmartStruxure™ Solution, its building automation system targeting mid- and small-sized properties. eXtremeDB IMDS manages communications/routing data, control variables and history, system status, sensor data and more within Smartstruxure Lite’s Multi-Purpose Manager (MPM) smart device. Read the press release.


Genband, a leader in fixed-mobile connectivity (FMC) solutions, has integrated McObject’s eXtremeDB in-memory embedded database system in multiple applications within its IntelliConnect® System product family, which enables operators to deliver intelligent, secure and scalable session management between fixed, mobile and blended IP networks. Get more details.

Patton Electronics 

Patton Electronics is a leader in network access and connectivity, and has leveraged this expertise to build a manufacturing company that employs more than 170 people and provides a product line in excess of 300 items. Patton Electronics has chosen McObject’s eXtremeDB embedded database system to enhance the performance and reliability of embedded software for network communications. Read More.

Kapsch Group 

Vienna, Austria-based Kapsch Group is a leading European supplier for traffic control systems. The company relies on the eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System (IMDS) and Intel 64 architecture to accelerate data management in its real-time road billing and traffic management technology. Visit the Kapsch Web Site.

Airspan Networks


eXtremeDB plays a key role in Airspan's Air4G mobile broadband network base station. eXtremeDB's streamlined in-memory architecture and fast navigational application programming interface (API) deliver the needed speed. eXtremeDB's minimal RAM and CPU requirements lower Airspan's cost of manufacturing the base stations, and using an off-the-shelf database system cut developement time by an estimated nine programmer months. Get details

IP Trade

IP Trade uses the eXtremeDB in-memory embedded database for real-time data management in its Profile trading turret, which integrates voice, data, video, collaboration, voice-to-text, contact management and other features into an IP-based phone system that lends a technological edge in fast-paced, information-intensive securities trading. Get more details.

Morpho S.A.S. 

Morpho is a multinational company of Safran, specialized in electronic security solutions. eXtremeDB is used in their facial and fingerprint recognition systems for access control.

Hutchison Telecom

The eXtremeDB High Availability database is used for real-time data caching in an innovative Linux- and Web Services-based real-time mobile telecommunications infrastructure application. “Deploying eXtremeDB as the cache gives us the best of both worlds: real-time in-memory performance, along with the reliability and data integrity of McObject’s proven database management system,” the developer says.


Compass-EOS radically changes network routing by shifting it into the age of silicon photonics. The company’s r10004 core router – the first shipping product to use optical communication between line cards using silicon-to-photonics technology – integrates the eXtremeDB High Availability database system on its control plane. eXtremeDB High Availability  enables the router to offer non-stop forwarding (NSF), protecting users against unplanned downtime. Learn more.


NSE.iT, the 100%-owned IT subsidiary of India's National Stock Exchange (NSE), the third largest stock exchange in the world (by volume), slashed latency in its algorithmic trading solution (part of the NeatXS trading platform) by replacing RDBMS technology with McObject's eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System.
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CA Wily Technology

CA Wily Technology, a division of CA, integrates McObject’s Perst open source, object-oriented embedded database system in its market-leading Enterprise Application Management solutions. “Adding new functionality with Perst enabled us to shorten our development cycle and deliver a 10-fold increase in data storage performance,” a CA Wily senior technologist says.Read more.

63 Moons (Formerly Financial Technologies of India, Ltd.)


Mumbai-based 63 Moons, a global leader in offering technology and domain expertise in creating next-generation market solutions, has adopted the eXtremeDB IMDS in its real-time financial software. 63 Moons deployed eXtremeDB in its Microsoft Windows Server-based DOME (Distributed Order Management Engine) trading platform and in other products. Learn more.

Dalian Commodity Exchange

In the Dalian Commodity Exchange's trading platform, McObject's 64-bit eXtremeDB-64 in-memory database manages all bids, offers and other real-time information used to complete more than 200,000 trades daily. The Dalian Exchange is one of the largest such marketplaces in China.  



eXtremeDB was adopted in its DigiTrace heat tracing system technology. In earlier generations of the product, the company used internally developed data management code. It moved to McObject’s off-the-shelf database system in order to significantly shorten embedded software development and testing cycles, and to provide greater reliability. Get the story.