CEO Larry Ellison today will tout a SuperCluster system based on the Sparc T4 processors, which take a step back toward traditional chip designs.
To automate manufacturing instead of watch it move elsewhere, European Commission unveils new robotics funds.
Revenue for the software heavyweight comes in way short of expectations, and hardware systems sales continue to fall.
Second-quarter earnings were strong, revenue was light, and the hardware business continued to struggle overall. But Larry Ellison calls the Sun purchase the "most strategic" deal the company has made.
The last CEO of the Silicon Valley pioneer that invented Java and helped fuel the dot-com boom has a new company that helps people track medical care.
There are no quick fixes for Hewlett-Packard. Here's a look at five particularly worrisome areas for the company in 2012.
Sun should at least make the old college try to display some enthusiasm about products that are proven and bringing in real revenues.
Oracle's software revenue--applications, middleware, and databases--was solid, but hardware sales lagged.
Sun Microsystems and Fujitsu announce a quad-core Sparc64 VII processor that puts all processing cores in one chip.
The software and server company says Intel itself maintains that the server chip family is "nearing the end of its life," though Intel and Hewlett-Packard say Oracle is dead wrong.