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08 Feb 2011 Sun Open Storage at the Queensland Brain Institute [23899]
1PB of Storage Capacity at a Licensing Cost Savings of AU$100,000

The Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland has saved AU$100,000 by adopting a scalable Sun Open Storage system with more than one PB of data capacity. The elements of this solution include the Sun Fire X4200 M2 Server, the Sun Fire X2200 M2 Server, the Sun StorageTek 6140 Array, and the Sun StorageTek SL500 Modular Library System, all of which will enable the institute to carry out its mission of exploring a wide range of neuroscience interests. With this implementation the institute saved more than AU$100,000 in licensing costs while reducing cost per TB by 65% and eliminating silent data corruption.
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17 Jan 2011 Oracle and the University of Central Florida [23853]
Second-Largest University Reduces Costs and Improves System Performance with Powerful Combination of Oracle Software and Hardware

To help streamline academic administration and to manage growth, the University of Central Florida (UCF) is using a multifaceted solution that combines Oracle software and hardware.

As the nation’s second-largest university (single campus), UCF needed a powerful, scalable and reliable IT infrastructure to support its continued growth, while also addressing a growing user preference for Web-enabled portals and self-service options.

"The combination of Oracle software and hardware provides us with an innovative platform that significantly streamlines our administrative processes so students can spend more time learning and less time standing in line filling out paperwork," said Bob Yanckello, CTO, University of Central Florida. "Oracle’s hardware provides the performance and scalability needed to ensure that students, faculty and staff have access to the system even during the most severe traffic spikes."
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30 Jun 2010 Sun Technology-related Knowledge Zones Launched [23256]
Learn How to Distinguish Your Offerings from the Competition

Partners interested in identity management, Oracle Exadata, MySQL, Oracle VM, Java, developer tools, Oracle Solaris, Sun servers, Sun storage, and Enterprise Manager Ops Center, now have an opportunity to become more knowledgeable and/or specialized in these areas via the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), which has launched new Knowledge Zones in each of these product lines. Knowledge Zones are designed to assist in making opportunities available to those specialized in a product and are meant to help companies distinguish their offerings from the competition.
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11 May 2010 Tape Storage's Future Secure Under Oracle [23137]
Oracle Affirms Commitment and Promises Continued Development

"Oracle is very committed to the tape business," Jim Cates, vice president of tape development at Oracle, told Enterprise Storage Forum. Writing for internet.com's ESF, Paul Shread also reveals correspondence from Large Tape Users Group (LTUG) executive board president Geoff Cleary who is optimistic about Oracle's plans for its tape product line following a recent LTUG event where Oracle was present.
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22 Jan 2010 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) Run on Sun [22739]
Games to Rely on Wide Array of Hardware, Software, Consulting Services from Sun

Sun Microsystems of Canada will be responsible for managing the IT infrastructure supporting the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) in Vancouver, Canada. The assignment entails connecting 15 networked venues and three datacenters, running multiple business applications and an integration test lab, and keeping 10,000 media outlets up to date with over 100 TB of data. This technology infrastructure will handle daily operations as well as share real-time data with billions worldwide.
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