Oracle Ogles SMBs at Show in Paris

Tuesday Oct 21st 2003 by Staff

Oracle uses its show in Paris as the soapbox from which it expounds the virtues of its next-generation 'grid' software to small- and medium-sized businesses.


Oracle (Quote, Chart) took the time at its show in San Francisco to unveil the highly-touted "10g" grid computing approach to storing and serving files.

Tuesday the Redwood Shores, Calif.-based software maker upped the ante on that strategy, announcing new database software perks and packages at its Oracle World Paris 2003 event, along with training and deployment options for midmarket vendors, including small and medium size businesses (SMBs) and departments in large enterprises.

While the event is one way for Oracle to build additional interest in its next-generation software, it will also, like the September event in San Francisco, feature a number of keynote speakers.

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