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Company will be doing live demonstrations of its latest solutions at Gitex 2011

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Oracle from top to bottom Oracle is planning on conducting live demonstrations of its new products at Gitex 2011.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  September 4, 2011

Oracle will be showing the full strength of its integrated hardware and software offerings during this year's Gitex Technology Week

Marking its 21st consecutive year of participation at Gitex, Oracle's presence at the exhibition will include live demonstrations of the latest Oracle solutions, free consultancy sessions with Oracle specialists, and a strong lineup of software development partners.

Dana Murugan, senior marketing director, says: "Oracle always looks forward to Gitex, to showcase how the company offers both hardware and software engineered together, and contributes to meeting the IT needs and challenges of the region's businesses and economies."

Among the Oracle solutions on show will be Oracle's database line up, which includes the Oracle Database, the open source MySQL and InnoDB transactional storage engine for the MySQL; Oracle Fusion Middleware; Oracle Applications, which are in use with over 65,000 customers worldwide; the full range of Sun server hardware; Sun storage systems including complete information management systems; Oracle solutions tailored for specific industries; and Oracle Technology solutions including Exadata database machine, Exalogic elastic cloud, along with solutions for business intelligence, data warehousing, SOA, content management, and database security.

Oracle will also be showcasing its investment in the Java platform, the foundation for Oracle Fusion Middleware products and Oracle's next- generation enterprise application, and its full complement of services offerings.

"During the Show, Oracle and its partners will network and showcase their solutions and technologies offering an insight into how Oracle can transform the industry with a complete technology stack engineered to work together," says Murugan.

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