Oracle's new in-memory feature 'unfocused, hardware-centric and expensive' says Exasol CEO

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Rivals respond to Oracle's announcement that new in-memory capability is to be released in July

Oracle officially launched its in-memory option for Oracle Database 12c software last week, having announced the feature at OpenWorld in October 2013. During that event CEO Larry Ellison boasted th...

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