Oracle Extends Commitment to R for Big Data Analytics
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REDWOOD SHORES, CA, Aug 24 (Marketwire) -- Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) News Facts -- Increasing the accessibility of big data analytics within enterprises, Oracle today announced enhanced support for the R statistical programming language. -- Further demonstrating Oracle's commitment to the open source community, this enhanced support includes new platform ports of R for Oracle Solaris and AIX in addition to Linux and Windows, connectivity to Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database in addition to Oracle Database, and integration of hardware-specific Math libraries for faster performance. -- Oracle's Open Source distribution of R is available with the Oracle Big Data Appliance and available for download now. -- Oracle also offers Oracle R Enterprise, a component of Oracle Advanced Analytics that enables R processing on Oracle Database servers. Latest Developments Deliver Consistent Experience for Analyzing Big Data with R -- Since its introduction in 1995, R has attracted more than two million users and is widely used today for developing statistical applications that analyze big data. -- Oracle is committed to making big data analytics more accessible in the enterprise and improving data scientist productivity with faster performance. -- More specifically, the latest developments to Oracle's R distribution include: -- Extended Platform Ports: In addition to Linux and Windows, Oracle is delivering the first supported port of R for Oracle Solaris and AIX platforms. -- Enhanced Database Connectivity: In addition to Oracle Database connectivity, Oracle has extended the ROracle open source package to integrate with Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database. -- Integration with Hardware-Optimized Math Libraries: Oracle is delivering an open source distribution of R that is enabled to work dynamically with Oracle's Sun Sunperf, Intel's MKL, and AMD's ACML Math libraries, enabling R to run extremely fast on all compatible hardware. -- By integrating the powerful R statistical programming language with proven Oracle technologies, this enhanced support from Oracle delivers data scientists a consistent experience on the infrastructure of their choice, whether on a laptop, on Hadoop, or in the database itself. Supporting Quote -- "Big data analytics is a top priority for our customers, and the R statistical programming language is a key tool for performing these analytics," said Andrew Mendelsohn, senior vice president, Oracle Database Server Technologies. "With this announcement, we continue to enhance and expand our industry-leading support for R across the Oracle Database, Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, and Hadoop platforms." Supporting Resources -- Oracle Big Data -- Oracle R Enterprise -- Oracle Database 11g -- Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database -- Analyst Report: Oracle Advances its Advanced Analytics Strategy -- Blog: Oracle R Enterprise -- Forum: OTN Forum on R -- Connect with Oracle Database via Blog, Facebook and Twitter About Oracle Oracle engineers hardware and software to work together in the cloud and in your data center. For more information about Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL), visit www.oracle.com. Trademarks Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Contact Info Letty Ledbetter Oracle +1.650.506.8071 firstname.lastname@example.org Joan Levy Blanc & Otus +1.415.856.5110 email@example.com Copyright 2012, Marketwire, All rights reserved. -0-
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