Oracle’s Ellison shows off new tech hardware

Oracle Open World 2011 kicked off this past weekend in the US. Our Managing Director and Operations Director are both in attendance. Check the Team Blog for their updates as they come in throughout the day.

Reuters carried the following coverage of Larry Ellison’s keynote address:

Speaking on Sunday at the start of Oracle’s annual technology and user conference in San Francisco, Ellison touted the benefits of parallel computing and showed off the latest version of the company’s SPARC Solaris computer.

He also unveiled Oracle’s new Exalytics data analysis machine, “hardware and software engineered to deliver data analysis at the speed of thought,” Ellison said at the OpenWorld conference, which is expected to attract more than 40,000 people.

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