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Posted Sep 4, 2003

SMS@ctive Live on Oracle9i Database FOR Linux

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Sep. 4, 2003 - (http://www.oracle.com/tellmemore/?2250308) Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ: ORCL) today announced that Vancouver-based SMS@ctive Technologies Corporation is live on Oracle9i Database and Linux. A content developer that provides text messaging and services to mobile phone subscribers, SMS@ctive selected Oracle to support its anticipated explosive growth and help ensure that customer data remains secure.

SMS@ctive's database-driven platform delivers content to its subscribers while enabling subscribers to capture, access and monitor their mobile phone information and services. The Oracle9i Database will help SMS@ctive manage the anticipated growth in its subscriber management systems and SMS (short messaging services) delivery systems over the next few years. SMS is an alternative to voice calls and communicates with handheld devices, enabling them to send and receive messages such as pictures, ring tones, and stock quotes from any location globally. With so many small transactions occurring simultaneously around the world, it was imperative for SMS@ctive to select a secure database with proven scalability.

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