[Shanghai, China, September 19, 2016] Huawei and Oracle signed a cooperation memorandum at HUAWEI CONNECT 2016. The two companies will deepen technical cooperation based on the Huawei KunLun Mission Critical Server. The alliance will also leverage Oracle’s cutting-edge database platform technologies, empowering open platforms with a new level of performance, reliability, and security for handling business-critical workloads.
The open platform will help customers move away from closed architecture, which they have long relied on, and deliver better economics and IT input-output effectiveness for enterprise mission-critical computing services. The memorandum proposes deep integration between the Huawei KunLun Mission Critical Server and the Oracle database in order to build a high-performance, reliable, and secure mission-critical computing platform.
“Huawei and Oracle complement each other well, and, more importantly, we work towards the same goals,” said Qiu Long, President of the Huawei IT Server Product Line. “That is, to help enterprises be better positioned for digital transformation and to reduce the complexity of the process. Each as the best in its domain, we now work together to present solutions that will empower our customers to achieve bigger success with their businesses.”
“The Oracle Database 12c consolidates multiple databases quickly and effortlessly to unleash unprecedented analytical performance for customers,” said Wu Chengyang, Vice President of Oracle and General Manager of its Technical Product Business Unit in the Greater China Region. “Oracle orchestrates superior in-memory data processing capabilities and novel database techniques to redefine the efficiency, performance, security, and availability of databases. Working with Huawei, we place more options in the hands of our customers.”
The deepening partnership between Huawei and Oracle will enable better resource sharing between the two companies. Each will leverage its professional prowess to produce more agile, valuable, and diversified products and solutions to customers, serving industries such as government, finance, communications, electric power, tobacco, transportation, medical care, and commercial businesses with better solutions at lower implementation and operation costs.