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Friday, November 10, 2006

Local company built DNC database

FRAMINGHAM

Two companies, one of them based in Framingham, came forward this week and said that they had designed the voter database used by the Democratic National Committee, the Boston Business Journal reports.

Intelligent Integration Systems Inc. of Boston used server technology from Framingham-based Netezza Corp. to build the database, which includes about 200 million voters and is used nation-wide.

-- Erica Tochin

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