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DataStreams, Arkdata sign MOU on enhancing data replication technology

Ko Kwang-yun, CEO of ArkData (left) and Lee Young-sang, CEO of DataStreams (right) hold up a memorandum of understanding document on Monday. (DataStreams)
Ko Kwang-yun, CEO of ArkData (left) and Lee Young-sang, CEO of DataStreams (right) hold up a memorandum of understanding document on Monday. (DataStreams)
Database replication solution companies DataStreams and Arkdata announced Monday they agreed to cooperate on big data.

The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding on exchanging technologies to enhance data replication and create a joint business model to expand into the market.

DataStreams has a change data capture, or CDC, solution, which can merge data real-time through its transaction system and sends changes recorded in the source database to the target database.

Arkdata was the first firm in South Korea to develop a real-time database replication solution between heterogeneous database management systems.

“Cooperation between the technically skilled companies will create a big synergy effect by providing a CDC based data management system” said Lee Young-sang, CEO of DataStreams.

Ko Kwang-yun, CEO of ArkData said they will aim the big data market through active sales activities with DataStreams.

By Hong Yoo (yoohong@heraldcorp.com)
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