SAP appears on track to release a version of its Hana in-memory database software that supports...
Tuesday, October 2, 2012, 9:45 AM ETSAP appears on track to release a version of its Hana in-memory database software that supports non-SAP software, claims Barclays. That would greatly expand the market for Hana, whose performance has led Bernstein to forecast sales will grow to $750M this year and reach $4.4B in 2015. Yesterday, Oracle (ORCL) announced an upgrade for its Exadata line, which combines an in-memory database with powerful hardware. Larry Ellison boasted of huge performance gains, and (in typical fashion) dismissed Hana as "really small" by comparison.
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