Friday, 6 April 2012

Larry Ellison: Hardware-software integration key, Apple is best example

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said Thursday his company will continue to bet on selling high-end custom hardware for its software products, even amidst a growing trend toward roomfuls of cheap, generic servers.

"You have to be in the hardware business and the software business, to get the best possible system," he said during a keynote speech at Oracle's OpenWorld conference in Tokyo. "We believe it's the right idea, we believe it's the next generation of computing, we believe all the pieces have to fit together."

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