IBM’s HyRef is just one of a growing number of analytics platforms seeking to dominate the utilities industry.
Despite forcing some employees to take an unpaid week off, IBM is proceeding with its hardware-centric OpenPOWER Consortium.
The new PowerLinux 7R4 server is designed to boost the efforts of those clients engaged in data analytics and heavy-duty cloud work.
Many power-utility companies have a “Big Data skills gap,” according to a new Oracle survey.
SAP saw its software-related revenue decline slightly last quarter, even as its cloud efforts continued to grow.
Even as other vendors push out cloud-analytics platforms, Oracle needs to maintain its hardware legacy business.
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In a bid to keep pace with its rivals, Oracle is emphasizing its new database’s cloud compatibility.
Oracle is getting a whole lot out of its partnership with Salesforce, at least as far as PR is concerned. But what’s Salesforce actually getting out of it?
IBM faces SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, and other major competitors in the in-memory technology arena.