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DataDirect ODBC and JDBC drivers are now certified and supported with SQL Server 2012! If you need connectivity from UNIX, linux, or windows for your SQL Server 2012 database, look no further. If you upgrading to the latest and greatest SQL Server 2012, then you should make sure your data access is as robust as your new database. SQL Server 2012 includes performance enhancements to business intelligence and data warehousing queries, in some cases as high as ten-fold. You want to be sure the ODBC and JDBC drivers are efficient and turbo-charged so you can take full advantage of the SQL Server 2012 performance enhancements.
I recently read an article on sqlmag where Doug Leland outlined the new highlights for SQL Server 2012 - the article is from October 2011, but has a good overview of SQL Server 2012 enhancements.
Download the ODBC and JDBC latest releases for SQL Server 2012 today!
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