Mimer SQL is a relational DBMS developed by Mimer Information Technology AB. It is available across different platforms (Windows, OpenVMS, Linux, major UNIX systems) and can be run in a distributed setting. It is also designed to run in constrained environments such as mobile phones and embedded devices. Furthermore, the "Mimer SQL Real-Time Edition" is intended to work with real-time systems. Mimer SQL is meant to be "self-tuning", meaning that little maintenance should be needed over time. It's SQL-2016, JDBC and ODBC compliant.
Mimer SQL started from a research project at the University of Uppsala that tried implementing the ideas brought forth by Ted Codd. With the rise of SQL, Mimer's developer adopted the standard in the 1980s, and the name was changed to Mimer SQL. In 1984, Mimer was transferred to the newly established company called Mimer Information Systems, which would later become Mimer Information Technology.
Mimer Information Technology AB
Android, Linux, OpenVMS, OS X, VxWorks, Windows