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By dotCore
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Published: Nov 21 2012 / 16:33

I’d like to clear up some confusion from a recent Oracle-sponsored blog. It seems we hit a nerve by announcing our planned In-Memory OLTP technology, aka Project ‘Hekaton’, to be shipped as part of the next major release of SQL Server. We’ve noticed the market has also been calling out Oracle on its use of the phrase ‘In-Memory’, so it wasn’t unexpected to see a rant from Bob Evans, Oracle’s SVP of Communications, on the topic. [Editorial update: Oracle rant removed from Forbes.com on 11/20, see Bing cached page 1 and page 2]
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