NEW YORK CITY and LONDON (November 10, 2003) - FAME Information Services, Inc., a leading provider of historical and reference data management solutions for the financial, energy and public sector markets, today announced the release of FAME DataExtractor. FAME DataExtractor provides a channel for the remote access and acquisition of FAME hosted data.
FAME DataExtractor enables users to retrieve remote data and load it into various formats including: FAME databases, relational databases via JDBC, CSV files, and XML/ADO documents. Designed for companies that need open access to the vast historical databases that FAME provides, along with the flexibility of choosing where and how that data is to be stored. Using FInDS (FAME Internet Data Services) as the delivery mechanism, FAME DataExtractor provides fault-tolerant Web-enabled downloading of information.
Chris Hodges, Product Manager, FAME Information Services, said, "FAME DataExtractor has been designed for companies that need open access to the vast historical databases that FAME provides, along with the flexibility of choosing where and how that data is to be stored. It's ideal for users who need to have information readily available at their fingertips, in the format they require."
He continued, "FAME DataExtractor is a viable solution for companies that don't want to deal with the complexities of data warehousing and the enormous related infrastructure costs, but need local access to historical data."
FAME DataExtractor is available now. For pricing information, please contact Phil Corryn (New York City),(212) 506 0362 or Ian Gordon (London),(+44) 207 367 5200.