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Old 11th September 2012
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Default Oracle hits reboot on Itanium software development

From http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/09...m_development/

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Software giant and systems player Oracle has restarted software development for Itanium-based machines. That sound you hear is a sigh of relief from HP-UX system customers the world over and from Hewlett-Packard, whose Integrity and Superdome servers fell off a cliff, in terms of sales, after Oracle pulled the plug on Itanium development 18 months ago.

Back in March 2011, Oracle dropped an iceberg in front of the good ship Itanic, following Red Hat and Microsoft in cutting off support for HP and Intel's Itanium chips.
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