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Mercury 4 Released

Boca Raton, FL November 8, 2015:  Paradigm Systems, creator of Mercury Database Console, the ultimate file management tool for Rocket Software’s UniData and UniVerse database environment, has released version 4 for UniData and expects to release its updated UniVerse version during the first quarter of 2016, which is currently entering beta testing.

Mercury Console version 4 has been redesigned to support UniData version 8.x with support for 64 bit files systems, including the new type 3 static files as well as WHOLEFILE based dynamic files. Other new feature includes “SmartSize” which has the ability to learn how your database grows, allowing Mercury to learn your file system and your data patterns over time.

Mercury Console is the solution to file analysis, file resize and even file repairs. Mercury was designed from the ground up by an industry leading developer and U2 database engineer to provide a tool that can manage your entire U2 database. Mercury Console has numerous features that allow you to schedule your database analysis, resizing and even perform database repairs. Advanced user can even develop their own plugins for complete customization. Other features include query analysis allowing you to identify how your dictionary fields and indices are used and how to improved data selection, and our index management console allows you to add, delete and re-index your files.

About Paradigm Systems, Inc.

Paradigm Systems, Inc provides software utilities for the U2 database environment for a wide range of functions designed to fill various gaps within the database environment, allowing those responsible for the management of the U2 environment, more time and resources for other important tasks. Paradigm Systems, Inc is headquartered Boca Raton, FL. For more information visit

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