Oracle Corporation has set up a new datacentre in Singapore

  • Technology
  • Thursday, 04 Apr 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: Oracle Corporation has set up a new datacentre in Singapore to meet the growing demand for cloud-based services, as well as offering Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) for customers in the region.

Housed at Equinix, the datacentre will give customers and partners subscription-based, self-service access to the Oracle Fusion Applications such as Enterprise Resource Planning, Human Capital Management, Talent Management, Sales and Marketing and Customer Service and Support.

“This new datacentre is our latest datacentre investment in the fast-growing Asia Pacific market, where demand is strong for cloud-based solutions,” said Yen Yen Tan (pic), Oracle Corporation senior vice-president of applications sales in Asia Pacific.

The new facilities will use Oracle Engineered Systems including Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, the company's flagship engineered system for running business applications, and also the Oracle Exadata Database In-Memory Machine which is ideal for high-end online transaction processing (OLTP), large data warehouses, and database clouds.

Oracle Cloud is used daily by more than 25 million users and more than 10,000 organisations worldwide.

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