SAP and HP, companies with axes to grind against Oracle, are following the database giant with their own hardware and software appliance. Software giant SAP said on Tuesday that it's working on an in-memory data analytics engine tuned to the PC and server maker's hardware that'll crunch data from servers, data warehouses, and …
Isn't Exadata 2 based on Sun's x64 servers, and not on SPARC servers? http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/09/15/oracle_sun_exadata_v2/
Exadata-2 not SPARC
x86, Sun X4270s, running Linux.
re: Exadata-2 not SPARC
Your point exactly?
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