Introducing a revolutionary breakthrough in
search engine technology...
|WholeWeb.net brings extremely fast
relational very large
database (VLDB) technology to the Web, providing TREMENDOUS RELEVANCY to the
User for the WHOLE WEB, at an EXTREMELY LOW TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP.
Web site is specifically designed to introduce and demo some of the
basic capabilities of the search engine and is only a foretaste of things to
come. The primary
purposes are to:
some of the capabilities of the underlying extremely fast
relational VLDB technology as it relates to the search engine,|
the radically different approaches being taken, and|
on information about work in progress.|
|What are people saying about WholeWeb.net?
"Illuminata is enormously
impressed with both Thunderbolt and the WholeWeb.net design."
"...the capabilities of the
DBMS technology and the opportunities for the search engine are
exciting and compelling."
The Company Behind Thunderbolt:
"The time is right for such an
endeavor, and WholeWeb.net has grasped a handful of highly relevant
technologies for solving the underlying technical problems. We are
impressed with WholeWeb.net's technical approach."
"Beyond the basic
find-words-on-the-Web problem there are many related sub-problems,
but the WholeWeb.net team has clearly thought many of these through, and
is working to implement solutions."
11/21/99, Jonathan Eunice, Analyst
and IT Advisor, Illuminata.
"WholeWeb.net is an up and
coming technology to watch. It promotes the use of its very large
database technology as a way to build much larger Web search
engines, update them more frequently, and offer better relevance. I
have seen a demonstration of the technology which looks promising,
but it is not yet available in any version that searchers can
The Search Engine Showdown Online Newsletter
Dec. 8, 1999 Vol. 1 No. 7
By Greg R. Notess, Search
"...in a quick demonstration, the refining features seemed
to narrow a search quickly, and reduced time spent wading through
hundreds of returns."
PC World News: The
WholeWeb in Your Hands
Dec. 17, 1999