Oracle-Sun High-Performance Computing: Still Committed?
There are 1 comment on the Information Week - All Stories and Blogs story from Feb 2, 2010, titled Oracle-Sun High-Performance Computing: Still Committed?. In it, Information Week - All Stories and Blogs reports that:
"Unfortunately for high-performance computing lovers everywhere, there was nary a mention of HPC in Oracle's merger party on Wednesday," says HPCwire .
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#1 Feb 4, 2010
Couple of observations on the Oracle/Sun future.(1) The current Sun line of computers is expected to continue, so any computers that were High Performance should continue. Also Oracle has said they will do a processor refrest this year, so performance should continue to increase.(2) Oracle thrives on relationships with committed customers, so any large HPC customers should get Oracle's attention.(3) Many (most?) large HPC customers use Oracle databases, so that's a second factor in their being able to attract oracle's attenion.(4) oracle/sun is heavily involved in Grid and Cloud.(5) I don't see Oracle focusing on the mainframe or supercomputer segments of the HPC market, as it's capital intensive, but it should serve the science and industrial HPC markets nicely. I think we need to let the dust settle.
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