TORONTO, March 16, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- SequoiaDB, a leading provider of distributed database systems, has been recognized as an IDC Innovator in China's Distributed Relational Database category for 2022, highlighting its innovative capabilities and impact on the financial and banking industry. This award reinforces SequoiaDB's reputation for innovation, reliability, and technology leadership in the database industry, as evaluated by a panel of IDC analysts who considered criteria such as technology innovation, market potential, customer adoption, and overall value proposition.

Founded in 2012 and led by Jordan Tang, a seasoned entrepreneur and veteran of the database technology industry, SequoiaDB has been dedicated to solving Big-Data business challenges through its research and development of distributed databases. The company's "lake-house integrated architecture" serves as a unified data source for decision-making, providing real-time access to cross-business data and helping institutions manage their data more effectively and securely to stay ahead of the competition.

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