Database Machine and Beehive take a bow at Oracle OpenWorld

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Oracle OpenWorld 2008 will probably be best remembered as the conference at which Oracle became a hardware company with its new Database Machine, but before that market-changing announcement was made there was much traditional software business to be dealt with. Stuart Lauchlan reports San Francisco.

"We are in three basic categories where most people spend most of their time every day," noted Charles Phillips, Oracle President. "There's database, where we started. middleware, a set of services and products that applications need to be able to run. We're number one in that business as well. Then there's the packaged business applications business."

That...

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