Oracle fired up by Sun integration

ORACLE is gearing up to show customers how they can benefit from the fully integrated systems it now offers following its US$7 billion acquisition of Sun.

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Oracle fired up by Sun integration Oracle plans to host more than 100 technology sessions at its stand this week.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 17, 2010

ORACLE is gearing up to show customers how they can benefit from the fully integrated systems it now offers following its US$7 billion acquisition of Sun.

The company now offers the entire stack, from applications to disk, that it claims are faster, more reliable and come at a lower cost than anything else on the market.

Oracle will once again share its area with a whole host of ISVs and channel partners, and Dana Murugan, the company’s Senior Marketing Director for the region, insists there will be plenty of opportunities for customers to get the inside track on everything they need to know.

“With more than 100 sessions, 35 partner exhibits and hundreds of demos to explore, customers will discover new ways to optimise their systems and new solutions that will take their business to the next level, and make them more successful in the industry,” he says.

GITEX will mark the first time that Oracle and Sun have exhibited jointly since their Middle East integration. The company will be showcasing its latest product lines, including the world’s first commercial relational database.

Oracle experts will also be on hand to talk about open source database MySQL, Fusion Middleware and Oracle applications, as well as the latest Sun storage hardware.

Murugan insists GITEX will give Oracle and its partners the opportunity to network and showcase their solutions and technologies, offering an insight into how Oracle can transform the industry with a complete technology stack that is engineered to work seamlessly.

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