Microsoft hires Parallel Database Pioneer, Open Advanced Database Development Lab

In an effort to forward fundamental database research and push the limits of database scalability, Microsoft has hired parallel database pioneer David DeWitt as the company's newest technical fellow and will open an advanced development laboratory in Madison, Wis. The laboratory, called the Jim Gray Systems Lab, will perform fundamental research on databases and work […]

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In an effort to forward fundamental database research and push the limits of database scalability, Microsoft has hired parallel database pioneer David DeWitt as the company's newest technical fellow and will open an advanced development laboratory in Madison, Wis.

The laboratory, called the Jim Gray Systems Lab, will perform fundamental research on databases and work closely with Microsoft Research and the company's development teams to do advanced development of database technologies that the company will roll out in the midterm.

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