June 11, 2008
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San Ramon, California - June 11th, 2008 - Alachisoft, one of the leading companies providing distributed caching, participated in the recently held Microsoft's Tech Ed Developers Conference in Orlando. The Trade Show proved to be an excellent platform for Alachisoft to get more recognition through its product NCache. The event was a great opportunity to develop industry awareness about the growing needs for application and session caching.
Besides the fact that Microsoft announced the release of Velocity, Alachisoft with its popular solution NCache remained as the center of focus for those who were looking for a caching solution that is both highly scalable and reliable for applications with a large number of transactions. Most of the visitors showed interest in NCache and have downloaded the trial and the express versions. The visitors were attracted to Alachisoft because of its practices to innovate, develop and incorporate new features into NCache that ultimately help them create robust, high performance and extremely scalable solutions. Alachisoft's vision and originality have made it one of the leaders in the distributed caching arena.
Alachisoft has announced to participate in more Tradeshows and is planning to hold seminars and webinars for those who could not visit its booth at Tech Ed or VS Live.
Alachisoft, a California based company, designs, develops, and markets NCache and TierDeveloper for .NET. NCache, a clustered object cache for .NET, allows customers to boost performance of their applications by as much as 10 times. TierDeveloper, an object to relational (O/R) mapping code generator for .NET, cuts down development time by 50%. Visit our website at www.alachisoft.com or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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