On July 24, 2007, Logical Information Machines (LIM) announced the 64-bit version of its Historis database. A significant upgrade from its 32-bit version, the new 64-bit Historis edition offers faster speeds, infinite capacity for data management, and improved analysis capabilities. By focusing exclusively on optimizing its storage, manipulation, and retrieval algorithms for time-series data, Historis provides capabilities far beyond those of standard relational databases.
With capacity expanded to the 64-bit level, Historis handles virtually any size or speed of data collection. The database enables an insertion rate of more than 250,000 records per second and an extraction rate of more than 220,000 records per second.