Hoping to grow its business by reaching into new markets, Oracle Corp. launched a new edition of its database software Wednesday priced for small and medium-sized businesses.
Called Oracle Standard Edition One, the software is available now and designed for use on single-processor servers in smaller businesses and at the departmental level, said Jacqueline Woods, Oracle’s vice president of global pricing and licensing strategy. (full story)
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