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Last week, Oracle FUD-bombed the Itanium processor. Like Oracle's own SPARC chip and PowerPC at one time, Itanium was supposed to be the future for most everything -- but all of these chips ended up on the largest and most fault-tolerant systems each company supports. Announcing the death of any one of them puts question marks on the class -- and given that Oracle's SPARC is the most exposed, that seems like throwing stones from a glass house. Oracle seems to be doing a lot of crazy stuff at the moment.

Crazy, but effective
Posted by: djohnson88 2011-03-31 13:29:54 In reply to: Rob Enderle
Maybe the shenanigans of their executives contributes to their products' effectiveness? The IT Service provider dcVAST supports their Solaris OS. If you're interested, check it out here http://www.dcvast.com/Oracle_Solaris/
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