StreamBase Systems, Inc.

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181 Spring Street
Lexington, MA 02421-8030
About StreamBase Systems, Inc.
  • StreamBase's award-winning Complex Event Processing (CEP) platform, fueled by the standards-based next generation query language, StreamSQLâ„¢ and an Eclipse-based development environment, offers the fastest software for processing real-time and historical data. With StreamBase and StreamSQL, enterprises can query, process, and analyze real-time and stored data at rates of up to hundreds of thousands messages/second. StreamBase's combination of real-time performance, persistence, and programmability empowers enterprises in industries like financial services, telecom and networking, e-Business, government and military to solve new classes of business challenges in a more timely, scalable, and cost effective manner than custom-coding. StreamBase is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts with offices in New York, San Mateo, CA, Washington, D.C., and London. A downloadable version of StreamBase's software is available on our website.
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