Oracle Factors In TimesTen Database

October 10, 2005

[From internetnews.com]

Oracle may have soft feelings about its flagship Database 10g Server software, but the company is now showing other database products some love.

Oracle today launched Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Release 6.0, the first product upgrade since Oracle purchased the company in June.

The TimesTen software is a far different database than Oracle's disk-based database software because it runs as part of the application, accessing a relational database that's always in memory, using a fraction of the CPU, as compared to a fully cached database.

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