Sunday, April 29, 2012
Oracle Exadata database machines are designed for data warehousing and transactional processing applications
Last year, Oracle had sold more than 1,000 Oracle Exadata database machines globally and this year it expects to sell more than 2,000 systems in the fiscal year 2012 (Oracle fiscal year is from June to May). Anegondi declined to comment on India specific numbers. Oracle claims that using the Exadata solution, customers can reduce IT costs through consolidation, store up to 10 times more data, improve performance of all applications and database by 10 times. Its customers in India include Mahindra Satyam, Religare, Reliance Commercial Finance, MTS, Bankof Baroda and Stock Holding Corporation. "Exadata has emerged as our fastest ramping product in Oracle's business with a growing community of users and a strong sales pipeline," Anegondi said.
Source: The Financial Express