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RDP1974

Delphi RTL speed up and reliability

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Hello,

 

I’m a certified delphi developer,

 

I have released a library set to optimize and speedup Delphi 64bit applications.

 

It’s useful for any kind of applications; especially servers or isapi webbroker applications, on a modern quadcore cpu, will achieve 3x-4x speed and better, strong reliability.

 

If you wish check www.dellapasqua.com/bettermemory

 

Feel free to contact me for questions or any kind of partnership/collaboration.

 

Thank you and best regards.

 

 Roberto Della Pasqua

www.dellapasqua.com

 

btw: example test for isapi webbroker:
- plain json 400 reqs/sec (not compressed)
- zlib deflate 150 reqs/sec (compressed)

- this library 700 reqs/sec (compressed: near double reqs/sec with 1/10 bandwidth)

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Hi Roberto,

 

Thank you for your efforts.  Where did you "released" this library?  github?  the url provided doesnt have links to the library.

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9 hours ago, Esteban Pacheco said:

Where did you "released" this library?  github?  the url provided doesnt have links to the library.

Perhaps Roberto is going to sell that library?

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hello,

 

indeed I have now an agreement with a nice company for the libraries distribution.

 

Anyway I have obtained to be free to publish the libs on my side, so if you wish test them, if you will use it please contact me for a small fee.

 

btw. I have updated the dlls with the latest zlib and 9th gen Intel simd.

 

https://github.com/RDP1974

www.dellapasqua.com

 

btw. will be nice to have results from delphi mars, delphi mvc, daraja, and other mvc/rest

btw. those wrappers are built around  the Intel TBB and Intel IPP libraries, for maximum reliability and quality industry proven

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