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DLT to Offer Oracle Exadata to Government

According to DLT Solutions, an information technology solutions reseller and member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, the company is now able to provide government agencies with Oracle Exadata including the Sun Oracle Database Machine.

Developed by Sun and Oracle, the Sun Oracle Database Machine is the world’s fastest database machine for running both data warehousing and online transaction processing (OLTP) applications. Based on a combination of Oracle software and industry-standard hardware from Sun, including Sun’s breakthrough FlashFire technology, Oracle Exadata is built on a massively parallel architecture that brings together fast servers, and high-bandwidth interconnects between storage and database servers – a design that radically accelerates database processing and delivers exceptional performance.

“DLT is excited to be able to offer this powerful new product set to our Oracle database customers, ” said Russ Holmes, senior vice president of the Enterprise Applications Division for DLT Solutions. “The combination of these two legendary silicon valley trailblazers has produced a truly revolutionary new database machine which is producing record-breaking performance for both data warehouse and OLTP applications.”

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