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Oracle is announcing a significant update to the Oracle Blockchain Platform Cloud Service, leveraging the advantages of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and new advancements by the Hyperledger community in Hyperledger Fabric.

"Oracle Blockchain customers are increasingly moving their applications into production, and existing production customers are scaling up their deployments and ramping up their transaction volumes. This new release responds to their needs with increased resilience and even higher availability, dynamic scale-up and scale-out to handle ever growing workloads, stronger access controls for sharing confidential information, superior price/performance, greater decentralization capabilities for Blockchain Consortiums, and stronger auditability when rich history database feature is used in conjunction with Oracle Database Blockchain Tables..."

Modern tech and data intelligence help company support expansion plans to bring fresh, sustainable food to new communities

"Fafa's is a Finnish pita and salad restaurant chain on a mission to serve consumers and the environment. Its menu is made up of over 70% vegetarian and vegan dishes that support the company's goal of being environmentally conscious. Fafa's is the first restaurant chain in Finland to be 100% carbon neutral.

Fafa's is a small company with big ambitions, currently with 45 stores, they have a goal to grow to over a hundred in the next two years. Recent industry conditions have not dampened their outlook, as they have systematically opened new stores across northern Europe..."

The past few months have been a difficult time for people, governments and businesses as COVID-19 has continued to impact countries around the globe

"Some areas are finally emerging after its onslaught, while others are now dealing with the growing force of its impact. No-one knows exactly what the future holds, but as a global organization, Oracle is helping its customers step up to the challenges of the pandemic first-hand, and I have consistently been impressed by how our colleagues have worked together with customers and partners, to solve problems and help an incredibly wide range of organizations adapt to a new landscape..."

Flexible Oracle SD-WAN Orchestration Cloud delivers secure and automated network management

"Enterprises are rapidly adopting a cloud-based core for IT operations and administration that require resiliency, availability and security. Running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle SD-WAN Orchestration Cloud (OSOC) makes it simple to integrate multiple clouds while managing traffic across networks. This new offering is part of the Oracle SD-WAN portfolio of solutions that provide a high-performing network for services such as remote office WAN, IoT, contact centers, unified communications and collaboration.

Oracle SD-WAN Orchestration Cloud helps enterprises rapidly deploy and operate sophisticated networks that easily connect to services that reside either within their facility or in a public cloud. As such, enterprises no longer need to design, build and maintain their own high availability SD-WAN cores at their data centers saving time and money..."

Oracle is delighted to be named a 'Leader' in the IDC MarketScape CPQ for Commerce Vendor Assessment for 2020.

"According to the report, 'customers IDC interviewed rated Oracle above average when asked about value and customer satisfaction to CPQ clients.'

Oracle's position as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape report reaffirms the strength of our CPQ offering as fully scalable, powerful and streamlined. The mention of Oracle CPQ's value is a nod to our limitless platform capabilities, AI-driven Deal Management, CRM agnostic capabilities, Price Optimization, point-and-click administration functionality with upgradable extensibility and our ability to increase deal profitability through definition of price parameters, including discount level to maximize margins..."

Chartis Research analyzes Oracle Financial Services solutions for their ability to help organizations navigate IFRS and LDTI standards, including complex data management and reporting requirements

"Oracle Financial Services has been recognized as a Category Leader in IFRS 17 and LDTI compliance by Chartis Research. In its recent report, Insurance Risk Systems for IFRS 17 and LDTI Compliance, 2020: Market Update and Vendor Landscape1, Chartis highlights Oracle as a category-leading vendor in its data management & reporting and accounting systems quadrants.

The Chartis RiskTech Quadrant evaluated 13 vendors on the breadth of their IFRS 17 and Long Duration Targeted Improvement (LDTI) capabilities in helping insurers address the complexities of the new accounting standards. Oracle was noted as 'best-in-class' or 'advanced' in six out of seven capabilities considered in each quadrant - among the highest of any vendor. The full report can be found here..."

Oracle Analytics Cloud recognized for innovative Day by Day capabilities that use Natural Language Processing and mobile technologies to help customers drive efficiency and productivity

"Oracle today announced that it has been named the winner of Ventana Research's 13th Annual Digital Innovation Awards in the Analytics category.

The annual Ventana Research Digital Innovation Awards showcase advances in the productivity and potential of business applications, as well as technology that contributes significantly to improved efficiency, productivity, and performance of an organization. Oracle Day by Day took top honors in the Analytics category, which recognizes the technology vendor that best exemplifies innovation in any use or application of analytics across business and/or IT..."

Oracle Financial Services risk and finance technology to support in transformation initiative and expansion

"Phoenix Life, part of the Phoenix Group, a leading savings and retirement business, has selected Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA) to drive better operational efficiency and data governance. Chosen for its flexibility, cloud readiness, and completeness, the Oracle technology will also be key in helping Phoenix Life efficiently meet the new IFRS 17 accounting standard taking effect January 2023..."

Doctors tell patients that a healthy lifestyle requires a nutritious diet, exercise, and adequate sleep. And they can give you lots of tips on the right food and activity level. But they understand much less about the causes of insomnia, how it affects individuals, and how to help those suffering from poor sleep

"The Woolcock Institute of Medical Research in Sydney is using data science to discover how treatment can be tailored to a patient's insomnia characteristics. Specifically, Woolcock researchers are studying the brain signals of sleeping patients to understand the physiology of insomnia in greater depth.

Using Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, Woolcock researchers can build a data model in as little as an hour versus the weeks or more it used to take using shared high-performance computer resources. By using machine learning to automate many of the steps in the data science process, Woolcock researchers can dive into problem-solving sooner..."

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