Scenes from Oracle OpenWorld 2012, Day 1

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Oracle Exadata x3-2

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Oracle on Sunday introduced a new version of its database machine. Oracle Exadata X3-2 includes 26 terabytes of dynamic RAM (DRAM) and flash memory. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said it is meant to store "your database -- no, all your databases" in memory.

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