Lost HP, Oracle continues to provide database software compatible with Itanium server

Lost HP, Oracle continues to provide database software compatible with Itanium server
After the defeat and be required to pay 4 million dollars in litigation related to Google Android copyright on Java, Oracle recently lost HP back in another lawsuit for breach of contract on the continued support support HP's Itanium servers in the future versions of database software. According to the judgment of the Supreme Court of California, Oracle will continue to provide database products compatible with the HP's Itanium servers until HP stops selling this product. However, this may not be the last thing Oracle unlucky in this litigation, in the future HP will likely require Oracle compensation for what it has done. PR campaign culminating with the aim of persuading Oracle customers using server architecture built on HP's Itanium processor product line that will "end of life soon." As many people expected, the amount HP can claim up to $ 500 million by Oracle has reduced sales of enterprise server line this high. Go back in time a bit, actually causes the lawsuit began when Oracle hired the former CEO of HP, Mark Hurd, HP to work and then sue. To solve a smooth, to mediation by a written agreement in which Oracle promised that they would "continue to offer their products on the platforms of HP ... according to the manner consistent with the relationship between the two companies before Oracle hired Hurd ". HP to interpret that agreement within the meaning of new Oracle products are compatible with Itanium server platform in the Oracle, then it means that they will continue to sell and support the current products, and the right to decide on the future of their products that support the Itanium server or not, belong to them. Refusing defeat, known Oracle will continue to appeal this decision of the court. Source: BusinessInsider


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