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500 Oracle Parkway

Redwood City, CA 94065

United States

Phone: 650-506-7000

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stem 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 designed to manage, protect, archive and restore customers’ mission critical data assets and consist of tape, disk, flash and hardware-related software, including file systems software, back-up and archive software and storage management software and networking for mainframe and open systems environments. The foundation of the company’s Oracle FS1 flash storage system, targeted at flash Storage Area Network (SAN) environments, is a patented quality-of-service architecture designed to meet business critical service level agreements for dynamic, multi-application workloads and enable customers to consolidate storage applications into a single data center storage solution. The company’s tape storage product line includes Oracle StorageTek libraries, drives, virtualization systems, media and associated software packages that provide data lifecycle management, deep analytics and file access through the familiar drag-and-drop paradigm. Networking and Data Center Fabric Products The company’s networking and data center fabric products, including Oracle Virtual Networking, and Oracle InfiniBand and Ethernet products, are used with its server and storage products. Industry Specific Hardware Offerings The company offers hardware products and services designed for specific industries. Its point-of-sale hardware offerings include point-of-sale terminals and related hardware that are designed for managing businesses within the food and beverage, hotel and retail industries, among others. The company’s hardware products and services for communications networks include network signaling, policy control and subscriber data management solutions, and session border control technology, among others. Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux Operating Systems, Virtualization and Other Hardware-Related Software The Oracle Solaris operating system is designed to provide a scalable operating system environment through significant kernel feature development, networking, security, and file system technologies, as well as close integration with hardware features. The Oracle Solaris operating system is based on the UNIX operating system. The company also supports Oracle Solaris deployed on other companies’ hardware products. The Oracle Linux operating system with Oracle’s Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel is a Linux operating system for enterprise workloads, including databases, middleware and applications. Oracle’s Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel is designed to work well with Oracle products and enables users to patch core operating systems without downtime. The company provides a portfolio of virtualization solutions from the desktop to the data center. Oracle VM is server virtualization software for both Oracle SPARC and x86 servers and supports both Oracle and non-Oracle applications. Oracle VM software is designed to enable different applications to share a single physical system for higher utilization and efficiency and simplify software deployment by enabling pre-configured software images to be created and rapidly deployed without installation or configuration errors. In addition, Oracle Solaris 11 provides comprehensive, built-in virtualization capabilities for both SPARC and x86 servers, networking and storage resources. In addition to Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux

 

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