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February 24, 2010  3:20 PM

Larry’s suddenly Sunny disposition

Posted by: Ed Scannell
European Commission, Exadata Database Machine, Hewlett-Packard Co., IBM, Oracle-Sun deal, The America's Cup

Speaking at an event over the weekend celebrating his triumphant return with The America's Cup in hand, Oracle chairman Larry Ellison said he expects his other prize - Sun Microsystems - to be profitable "right away". This is not exactly breaking news. Just last month

February 17, 2010  4:25 PM

Sailing against IBM may be rougher for Larry than the America’s Cup

Posted by: Ed Scannell
America's Cup, IBM, Larry Ellison, Oracle-Sun deal, stack computing

Larry Ellison is having himself a year. First, he outlasted the European Commission (EC) which held up his attempt to acquire Sun Microsystems for over four months. Now he has followed that triumph with another by winning the America's Cup, one of the most valued trophies in all of...

June 17, 2009  5:13 PM

How will Oracle do when the chips are down?

Posted by: Ed Scannell
Exadata Database Machine, IBM, multi-core servers, Oracle, Sun

The good thing about Sun canceling development of its 16-core Rock processor means Oracle now has one less set of multi-core servers to fret over with its

March 30, 2009  4:31 PM

Living in a three company world

Posted by: Ed Scannell
Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Oracle development, Red Hat, Sun Microsystems


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