The product has been built on a range of Borland technologies, including InterBase. Makos central database has to be able to deal with constant growth in the number of end-point devices, so scalability is critical, Farmer says. Now that InterBase has support for symmetric multiprocessing, we can support new users and improve application speed by adding new processors rather than entire servers."
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