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Posted Apr 8, 2008

Oracle Introduces In-Memory Database Cache Option for Oracle Database Enterprise Edition

By Staff

[From Oracle Corp.]

Oracle today announced the availability of Oracle(r) In-Memory Database Cache, a new option for Oracle Database Enterprise Edition.

Based on the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, the new option delivers a real-time, dynamic, updatable cache for frequently accessed data in the Oracle Database. By caching performance-critical subsets of an Oracle Database in main memory in the application tier, the software dramatically reduces application response times and increases throughput by relying on memory-optimized algorithms and avoiding communication delays between computers and processes.

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