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July 16th, 2009
ERDAS APOLLO Supports Microsoft SQL Server

ERDAS APOLLO implements an out-of-the box Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Microsoft SQL Server provides an intelligent data platform for running mission-critical applications, reducing time, cost of development and management of applications. Microsoft SQL Server enables users to store data from structured, semi-structured and unstructured documents and images, delivering a rich set of integrated services that maximize the power of data. “We are excited to add support for data stored in Microsoft SQL Server in ERDAS APOLLO 2010, Version 10.1,” said Mladen Stojic, Senior Vice President, Product Management and Marketing, ERDAS. “With true interoperability, ERDAS APOLLO simplifies the complexity of geospatial data, making it easier for users to manage and distribute information to a large audience.”
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