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From: (unknown charset) Manish Bafna <dbguru@vaman.net>
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 08:47:19 -0500 (EST)
To: (unknown charset) www-validator <www-validator@w3.org>
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First of all, I apologize for this blanket mail. I'm from Vaman Technologies Ltd., a specialty software product company into Data and Database Management Technologies.

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to Vaman DataServer, a revolutionary RDBMS that is fully compliant with existing technologies. Vaman DataServer has been engineered indigenously and its design is such that it is accessible through any ODBC or non-ODBC compliant front end or interface.  In designing Vaman DataServer, we have ensured that most common problems related to interoperability amongst technologies are addressed to. Some of its unique features that you can look forward to are:
1. Is small in size.
2. Easy to deploy (Typical installation time less than 5 minutes).
3. Easy to adapt (No change in front-end or back-end syntax).
4. Requires no additional training (All popular objects and features     supported).
5. Encapsulates the power and functionality of most popular servers     like database, web, mail server, etc. 

In addition to the above, we offer an inbuilt Data Migration Utility that helps you port Data from virtually any source, structured or unstructured, relational or non-relational. This means applications built on any RDBMS software can be ported effortlessly with little or no change at all. 

This mail is not intended to sell Vaman Dataserver, but to build awareness in communities that have traditionally used other RDBMS for their development purposes. 

We don't mean to degrade other RDBMS by any means, but the whole intention of this mail is to offer an upgrade, that is syntactically compliant to Access, SQL Server and Oracle.

This means applications built on any RDBMS software can be ported with little or no change at all.
My only request is that developers like you try Vaman DataServer and give us sincere feedback so that we can improve the product further.

Please go to http://www.vaman.net/vmndataserver.asp to download an evaluation copy of Vaman Dataserver. If you face any difficulty, I shall only be happy to courier a copy to your postal address.

In case, you have further queries and/or suggestions, feel free to revert back to us.

Please be sure to try Vaman DataServer at least once. Trust me, it will change the way you look at databases, forever.


Manish Bafna
Executive, Developer Relations
Vaman Technologies Ltd.,
Andheri (E),

Received on Tuesday, 11 November 2003 05:13:00 UTC

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