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This week the Progress DataDirect team held two productive Design Previews in Palo Alto, CA and Bedford, MA. The purpose was to invite key ISVs and customers, talk about our roadmaps, and interactively mold the future of world class data connectivity in the context of scenarios such as Big Data, Cloud Connectivity, and SaaS Data Access. The meetings were a rousing success with a clear direction for how we will continue to provide high-velocity data drivers for a broad range of data sources, both on-premise and in the Cloud. Discussions centered on how DataDirect Connect is an integral element in solution offerings for those global market spaces. The DataDirect constellation of powerful data drivers build on a reputation for high performance, data security, broad connectivity, load balancing, bulk load, and high availability. Moving forward, the tradition continues with even more emphasis on ease-of-use, consumability, and broader connectivity to data sources of all types. Our key markets include on-premise <--> Cloud, CRM, PaaS, Mobile, and Big Data. With the help of our top ISVs in the world, the future of data connectivity is shining brightly. Thanks to all those who participated!
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