Wednesday, 12 October 2011

IBM Calls Out Oracle On Server And Systems Claims

Oracle's evaluations of its T4 Servers and SuperCluster wares to IBM Power 7 yield are off foundation, and its allegations about hardware and programs toiling concurrently are confusing because programs isn't truly embraced in so-called engineered systems. That's the gist of a apex IBM executive's response to Oracle smashes over the last two week.
IBM seldom observations on competent allegations, but Bernard Spang, chief director of approach and selling for database programs and procedures, advised InformationWeek Oracle's evaluations with IBM Power 7 procedures "don't line up" with reality.