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Posted Jun 14, 2010

Teradata Database Platforms and Microsoft Applications Tightly Integrated for Big User Benefits

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Users of both Teradata database platforms and Microsoft applications can now benefit from tighter integration between the two which allows their users to “gain streamlined access to strategic and operational intelligence, and more effectively deploy pervasive business intelligence.” More speed, visibility, and power will be provided when customers leverage Teradata database with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Office 2010 and PowerPivot, and Microsoft® SQL Server 2008.

“The optimization of Teradata with these new Microsoft 2010 products is the latest example of good Microsoft and Teradata collaboration – which brings to market business intelligence tools that enable easy and fast end-user access to enterprise data warehouse data,” said Todd Walter, chief technology officer, Teradata Research and Development.

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