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Sun Microsystems and Oracle announce business intelligence database warehouse customers.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-7 December 2004-Sun Microsystems and Oracle announce business intelligence database warehouse customers(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

Sun Microsystems and Oracle Software have announced that some of the world's largest business intelligence data warehouse (BIDW) run Oracle Database using a Sun platform.

The two companies claim that the flexible architecture of the Sun platform, with its UNIX Operating System Solaris and Oracle Database 10g, provides users with a single integrated database engine that is scalable for warehouse implementations. Sun Microsystems and Oracle announced that among its BIDW customers are Solectron, TeleCels, the University of Nevada and Claria, which it claims has one of the largest Oracle Data Warehouse and Sun deployments in the world.

A spokesperson for Oracle said that the long standing relationship between it and Sun Microsystems has led to the two companies offering a powerful and reliable series of decision support systems that offer performance scalability and security to the world's biggest data warehouses.

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Date:Dec 7, 2004
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