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ALSO CALLED: Oracle Plug-ins, Oracle 10g, 10g
DEFINITION: Oracle (in ancient Greece, someone in touch with the deities; from Latin, oraculum ordivine announcement) says it is the world's leading supplier of software for information managementbut it is best known for its sophisticated relationaldatabase products (notably Oracle9i), which are used in Fortune 1000 corporations and by manyof the largest Web sites. Oracle's relational database was the world's  … 
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ORACLE (PRODUCT) DEFINITION (continued): …  first to support theStructured Query Language (SQL), nowan industry standard. When CEO Lawrence J. Ellison and a few associates formed Oracle in 1977, theywere out to prove wrong the prevailing theory that relational databases could not be commerciallyviable. As proof of their success, they parlayed an initial $2,000 investment in the company intoan annual revenue exceeding $9.7 billion. Ask your Oracle questions atITKnowledgeExchange.comOracle targets high-end workstations and minicomputers as the server platforms on which to runits database systems. Along with Sun Microsystems, Oracle has … 

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