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Posted Aug 4, 2005

Oracle 10g for MacOS X

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Techworld]

Oracle has, for years, been the best known enterprise relational database management system (RDBMS). Now at version 10, the product keeps growing and adding new features – with the main leap for version 10g being into grid-centric computing.

Although it's been available for a variety of platforms over the years – with the various Unix flavours being the most popular – the beginning of 2005 saw the first release for Mac OS X.

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