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July 22, 2008 at 4:13 PM

Issaquah’s McObject hooks up with Bangalore firm

Embedded database developer McObject announced today that it’s partnering with Bangalore-based Waveaxis, to distrubute and provide integration services for McObject’s software in India.

McObject COO Chris Mureen said in the release that there’s “strong and growing demand in India” for an embedded database like his company’s eXtremeDB product.

The company’s already been working with Indian development organizations and India-based developers for U.S. companies.

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