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Intergraph Showcases Enterprise Geospatial Infrastructure Management Products 11.14.2002

November 14, 2002
GeoMedia's native support of Oracle provides enhanced scalability and security to mapping, GIS, and IT professionals.

Intergraph Mapping and GIS Solutions (Partner Pavilion, Booth 426) showcased its enterprise geospatial solutions at OracleWorld 2002. OracleWorld attendees will see demonstrations of Intergraph's industry-proven GeoMedia technology solutions and discover how the company's desktop, Web, and mobile computing products connect and integrate geospatial and business information throughout the enterprise by leveraging the scalability and security of industry-standard relational databases, including Oracle9i. Attendees will also get a look at GeoMedia technology that enables quick and easy development of custom client applications, which tailor and streamline data maintenance and exploitation workflows.

Certified with Oracle9i, all GeoMedia 5.0 products offer native support for and connect directly to Oracle9i databases to deliver spatial and attribute data to multiple users in real time without the need for complex and expensive middleware. This allows users to maintain control of their data in a nonproprietary, secure, and reliable environment, thus protecting their organization's data investment now and in the future.

Industry-proven technology on display
Among the products being highlighted in the Intergraph booth is the company's recently released version 5.0 of GeoMedia Transaction Manager, the industry's first geospatial product to take advantage of the rich concurrency and security capabilities for long-duration transactions provided by Oracle Workspace Manager. GeoMedia Transaction Manager introduces unique functionality for long transaction management, versioning, and temporal data management for the GeoMedia Professional and Oracle9i environment. Based on Oracle Workspace Manager, GeoMedia Transaction Manager is specifically designed for organizations that have multiple users who simultaneously build and maintain geospatial data models within a department or across an enterprise.