Oracle

Oracle has a crack at ending the idea of employees

Oracle is making all the right noises ahead of Mobile World Congress with an aggressive expansion in data centre assets, a virtual assistant and a broader offering across its autonomous product portfolio.

Oracle taps into AI buzz to calm security fears

Oracle has announced a number of updates to its security portfolio focusing on leveraging the buzz surrounding machine learning, artificial intelligence and contextual awareness technologies.

Oracle insists it’s serious about the cloud

Oracle has ramped up its cloud ambitions with the launch of three new regions over the next six months as well as a new developer event and enhancements to its Cloud Platform.

Oracle predicts the end of human interaction

The way brands build their relationships with customers are set to undergo a significant change over the next couple of years thanks to the normalization of technologies such as VR and AI.

Oracle partners BT in UK cloud push

Oracle has announced a new partnership with BT as the company continues its efforts to redefine its offering and penetrate the cloud computing market segment.

LTE signalling threat risks outages for MNOs – report

Oracle has noted a massive, network health-threatening increase in LTE diameter signalling traffic, as communications service providers (CSPs) invent new ways to satisfy the appetites of their data hungry subscribers.

Oracle releases analytics suite for telcos

Enterprise software giant Oracle has unveiled a new product portfolio called Oracle Communications Analytics, a business intelligence suite aimed at communications providers, reports BCN.

Oracle updates OSS suite for the NFV era

Oracle Communications has released an update to its OSS suite that is designed to give CSPs the agility migrate to virtualized technologies such as NFV when they’re ready.

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