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News : NEC Australia Unifies Hardware, Software on Oracle
Victoria, Australia, Oct 21, 2015 -- A OneBox Appliances integrated hardware and software solution developed and built on Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) entirely by NEC in Australia is a first for the Japanese ICT solutions and services provider and has drawn the attention of Oracle in the US and NEC Japan.
The integrated, first complete solution in a box built here in Australia for Oracle technology and application stacks was launched by NEC in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Paul Howie, General Manager Consulting and Business Solutions, NEC Australia, says OneBox Appliances has been pre-architected and designed here in Australia to offer large and mid-tier Australian customers an optimal blend of flexibility, scalability and simplicity in one appliance.
"We looked at their own hardware and its capacity, and it wasn’t going to be sufficient to support the integration element, so they asked us to look around the market and what we found was a lot of very big complex and expensive answers to the question, so we then went back and looked at what could be a smaller solution to this," Howie said.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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NEC Australia is a technology company, delivering a complete portfolio of ICT solutions and services to large enterprise, small business and government customers.
Oracle’s solution for software companies enables companies to provide customer service and efficient sales operations, while helping to ensure ordering, fulfillment, and revenue recognition. With Oracle’s integrated software, companies can improve your ability to cross-sell and up-sell by centralizing customer information, as well as enhance the customer experience across all channels.
Published: Thursday, October 22, 2015