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500 Oracle Parkway

Redwood City, CA 94065

United States

Phone: 650-506-7000


and scalable object storage solution for storing and accessing data from any environment connected to the Internet; and Oracle Network Cloud Service, which offers site-to-site virtual private network secure extension and high bandwidth connection services. Infrastructure Technologies Oracle infrastructure technologies consist of the company’s hardware systems products, including Oracle Engineered Systems, servers, storage, networking, industry specific hardware, virtualization software, operating systems, management software and related hardware services, including support. The company’s infrastructure technologies support cloud and on-premise IT environments, including the Oracle Cloud. Its infrastructure technologies are designed to connect cloud and on-premise IT environments to further enable interoperability, interchangeability and extendibility. The company designs its infrastructure technologies to work in customer environments that may include other Oracle or non-Oracle hardware or software components. Oracle Engineered Systems Oracle Engineered Systems are core to the company’s infrastructure technology offerings and are important elements of its data center and cloud computing offerings, including the Oracle Cloud. The company’s Engineered Systems include Oracle Exadata Database Machine, a family of integrated software and hardware products that combines its database, storage and operating system software with its server, storage and networking hardware and is designed to provide a database system for online transaction processing and data warehousing applications; Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, an engineered system that combines Oracle Fusion Middleware software with its server, storage and networking hardware to run Java and non-Java applications and provide customers with an applications platform for cloud computing; Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, a single server that is designed to be configured for in-memory analytics for business intelligence workloads; Oracle SuperCluster, a general purpose engineered system that combines the optimized database performance of Oracle Exadata storage and the accelerated middleware and application processing of the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud on a SPARC/Solaris platform; Oracle Private Cloud Appliance, an engineered system delivering converged infrastructure for virtualized environments that is designed to be simple to use, rapidly deployable and capable of running almost any application built upon Linux, Microsoft Windows or Oracle Solaris operating systems; Oracle Database Appliance, which is designed to be a family of converged infrastructure solutions delivering an optimized appliance for running Oracle Database; Oracle Big Data Appliance, a scalable, engineered system designed for acquiring, organizing and loading unstructured data into a Hadoop file system or Oracle NoSQL Database and optionally integrating that data with Oracle Databases; and Oracle Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance, an engineered system that is integrated with Oracle Database and is designed to eliminate data loss exposure for databases without impacting production environments. Servers The company offers a range of server systems using its SPARC microprocessor. It also offers servers using microprocessors from Intel Corporation (Intel). The company’s SPARC servers run the Oracle Solaris operating system and are designed for mission critical enterprise environments. The company’s Intel-based enterprise x86 servers is compatible with Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Microsoft Windows and other operating systems. Its x86 servers are also a core component of many of its Oracle Engineered Systems, including Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine and the Oracle Big Data Appliance. Storage The company’s storage products are engineered for the cloud and designed to securely store, manage, protect, archive, backup and recover customers’ mission critical data assets. Its storage products consist of disk, flash, tape, virtual tape, and hardware-related software, including file systems software, back-up and archive


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