AirConcurrentMap 3.2.2 Trial Edition is available on this site, and we now offer the full, non-trial Development and Deployment Edition of AirConcurrentMap 3.2.2. We have new terms that you can read in the Development and Deployment Agreement. The Trial now times out, but for the duration of the trial, you receive full AirConcurrentMap capabilities. The Development and Deployment Agreement provides a one-time-only option for you to receive AirConcurrentMap 3.2.2. capabilities. We always provide email support, up to 10 hours per customer. If you need extended support, email email@example.com and describe your need.
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InfinityDB vs InfiniDB
Our DBMS name 'InfinityDB' might be confused with 'InfiniDB', an entirely different open source DBMS product that was abandoned in 2015. Boiler Bay, the originator of InfinityDB, is healthy and has been in business continuously from 1999, and our InfinityDB product has been in the field from 2002, with 6 major versions released and a patent granted, filed in 2013. InfinityDB is still in use in thousands of existing and new sites. Their software has never contained any of our code nor ours theirs, and we are still closed-source and commercial.
You can verify our history on the wayback machine: https://web.archive.org/web/20020329114326/http://boilerbay.com/ or https://web.archive.org/web/20131105214741/http://boilerbay.com/ (Some years before 2013 we used flash so it is not easily renderable.) From 2002 to 2021, infinitydb.com redirects to boilerbay.com/infinitydb or boilerbay.com: see https://web.archive.org/web/collections/2021*/infinitydb.com or https://web.archive.org/web/20021016005234/http://boilerbay.com/infinitydb/. (Now we have an Infinitydb server there). In 2016 we added infinitydb.org.
We have been waiting for years for this patent – now it has issued as:
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This patent covers the multi-core concurrency that provides maximum performance for multi-threaded access, such as in web servers, text indexing and searching, expert system servers, and more. Both InfinityDB and AirConcurrentMap benefit from this method.