Report: Oracle Forges Further with Linux

Posted by dave on Jul 23, 2004 5:24 AM EDT
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"Now, you'll start to see enterprises running Linux on big SMP boxes," predicted Wim Coekaerts, principal member of the technical staff, Corporate Architecture, at Oracle. In recent months, Oracle has been continuing its Linux push by setting a world record benchmark for symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) machines, teaming up with Red Hat on a development center in Singapore, pitching in on the Linux 2.6 kernel, and moving its own internal development environment from Solaris to Linux.

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