Informix on ARM Architecture
Globally ARM is the most widely used instruction set architecture in terms of quantity produced. The low power consumption of ARM processors has made them very popular: over 50 billion ARM processors have been produced as of 2014, of which 10 billion were produced in 2013 and "ARM-based chips are found in nearly 60 percent of the world’s mobile devices". The ARM architecture (32-bit) is the most widely used architecture in mobile devices, and most popular 32-bit one in embedded systems. (Wikipedia)
What does it mean to Informix and the upcoming Internet of Things?
View the Advanced DataTools webcast replay. This webcast will explore some of the ARM-based computers that are available, and describe why ARM is such a good fit for an IoT solution. Tom Beebe will show how simple it is to install a full version of the IBM Informix database server on a low-power, affordable ARM-based Linux computer, and why the power and simplicity of Informix makes it ideal for an embedded IoT gateway.