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Old 29th July 2012, 11:13 PM
Geoff Harris[NDS]
 
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Default The AWE server

Who says we don't listen to our loyal customers!

After contemplating the reasonable points raised in the support
discussion group about the AWE server licence conditions, and weighing
in the current mySQL pricing and conditions, we have decided to make
our AWE server more competitive.

The AWE server will no longer require a yearly renewal fee. Pay once
per installation.

This will apply retrospectively to all holders of an AWE licence. To
implement this change, Thorsten will be essentially rewriting the
unlock code in the server. This will (clearly!) take time, so we will
continue to distribute unlock codes that expire after 1 year until the
new implementation is fully tested and ready for release.

Enjoy the new, royalty-free, AWE server!!

Kind regards,
The NexusDB Guys.
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Old 29th July 2012, 11:31 PM
David Guest
 
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On 7/29/2012 7:13 AM, Geoff Harris[NDS] wrote:


You guys are the best ....
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Old 29th July 2012, 11:32 PM
Geoff Harris[NDS]
 
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David Guest wrote:

> On 7/29/2012 7:13 AM, Geoff Harris[NDS] wrote:
>
>
> You guys are the best ....


Love you too, David!
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Old 30th July 2012, 06:00 AM
Q Correll
 
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Geoff,

> The AWE server will no longer require a yearly renewal fee. Pay once
> per installation.


Way to go!!!


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Old 30th July 2012, 10:27 AM
Malcolm Cheyne
 
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The NexusDB team DOES listen to its customers. Thank you guys.

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Townsville, Australia



"Geoff Harris[NDS]" <geoff@nexusdb.com> wrote in message
news:50151ac7@DSVR011613....
> Who says we don't listen to our loyal customers!
>
> After contemplating the reasonable points raised in the support
> discussion group about the AWE server licence conditions, and weighing
> in the current mySQL pricing and conditions, we have decided to make
> our AWE server more competitive.
>
> The AWE server will no longer require a yearly renewal fee. Pay once
> per installation.
>
> This will apply retrospectively to all holders of an AWE licence. To
> implement this change, Thorsten will be essentially rewriting the
> unlock code in the server. This will (clearly!) take time, so we will
> continue to distribute unlock codes that expire after 1 year until the
> new implementation is fully tested and ready for release.
>
> Enjoy the new, royalty-free, AWE server!!
>
> Kind regards,
> The NexusDB Guys.



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Old 30th July 2012, 01:57 PM
Shane Stump
 
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Where does the AWE version fit in once a 64 bit version of NexusDB
server is released that will use all available memory?

I am just curious at the moment!

Best Regards,

Shane

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Old 30th July 2012, 05:37 PM
Eivind Bakkestuen [NDD]
 
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> Where does the AWE version fit in once a 64 bit version of NexusDB
> server is released that will use all available memory?


It will still be available as a separate product. It has a feature that
can't easily be replicated in the normal server (rapid cache fill when
the cache is cold), and there's a good chance it will actually be
faster than the 64-bit version.

--
Eivind Bakkestuen [NDD]
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Old 31st July 2012, 07:23 AM
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Very good news indeed.

Thank you for listening,

Denis Prince
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Old 31st July 2012, 07:23 PM
Alessandro Romano
 
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Hi,
very good ... Geoff

this is the right direction !

I think at The Full Monty pack now....


Alessandro Romano

"Geoff Harris[NDS]" ha scritto nel messaggio news:50151ac7@DSVR011613....

Who says we don't listen to our loyal customers!

After contemplating the reasonable points raised in the support
discussion group about the AWE server licence conditions, and weighing
in the current mySQL pricing and conditions, we have decided to make
our AWE server more competitive.

The AWE server will no longer require a yearly renewal fee. Pay once
per installation.

This will apply retrospectively to all holders of an AWE licence. To
implement this change, Thorsten will be essentially rewriting the
unlock code in the server. This will (clearly!) take time, so we will
continue to distribute unlock codes that expire after 1 year until the
new implementation is fully tested and ready for release.

Enjoy the new, royalty-free, AWE server!!

Kind regards,
The NexusDB Guys.
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Old 31st July 2012, 08:04 PM
Geoff Harris[NDS]
 
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Alessandro Romano wrote:

> Hi,
> very good ... Geoff
>
> this is the right direction !
>
> I think at The Full Monty pack now....


Hey Alessandro!

Good to hear - hope you like the AWE server. Great to hear form you
again too!!!

Definitely we would like more folks to use the AWE server, both to help
us and because it is such a powerhouse. As Eivind mentioned, the AWE
server will, in quite a few circumstances, be quicker than the 64 bit
server.

Hope to catch up again soon.

Kind regards,
Geoff


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