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Oracle Announces AIX Support for Oracle(R) Communications Billing and Revenue Management

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- -- Oracle today announced that Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management -- its convergent, real-time billing and revenue management application -- now supports IBM's AIX operating system. -- AIX, IBM's UNIX(R) operating system, in combination with IBM's PowerVM virtualization offerings, provides new levels of flexibility and performance to allow consolidation of workloads on fewer servers, which can increase efficiency and conserve energy. AIX operates on the IBM systems based on Power Architecture(TM) technology. -- With this announcement, Oracle extends its support for AIX, which it has previously supported with other Oracle Communications applications including Oracle Communications Service Activation, Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management and Oracle Communications Order and Service Management - all components of the Oracle Service Fulfillment Suite - as well as Oracle's Siebel CRM. -- Oracle's support of AIX gives service providers greater flexibility in implementing Oracle's applications and strengthens Oracle's relationship with IBM, a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork. -- Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management support for AIX is available now. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20020718/ORCLLOGO) Supporting Quotes -- "By supporting AIX, we give service providers increased flexibility to choose the operating system that works best for their environments, helping them implement Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management smoothly to more quickly realize the benefits of its unified view of customer and revenue data across any service, product, promotion, or payment method," said David Sharpley, vice president product marketing and channels, Oracle Communications. -- "The AIX operating system delivers robust, scalable performance, which is essential for meeting the demands of today's information technology environments. Working in concert with the Oracle solution, AIX is an ideal operating system for handling the heavy-duty transaction workloads common in the telecommunications industry," said Scott Handy, vice president of worldwide marketing and strategy, IBM Power Systems. Supporting Resources http://www.oracle.com/industries/communications/index.html http://www.oracle.com/industries/communications/communications-billing-

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — — Oracle today announced that Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management — its convergent, real-time billing and revenue management application — now supports IBM's AIX operating system. — AIX, IBM's UNIX(R) operating system, in combination with IBM's PowerVM virtualization offerings, provides new levels of flexibility and performance to allow consolidation of workloads on fewer servers, which can increase efficiency and conserve energy. AIX operates on the IBM systems based on Power Architecture(TM) technology. — With this announcement, Oracle extends its support for AIX, which it has previously supported with other Oracle Communications applications including Oracle Communications Service Activation, Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management and Oracle Communications Order and Service Management – all components of the Oracle Service Fulfillment Suite – as well as Oracle's Siebel CRM. — Oracle's support of AIX gives service providers greater flexibility in implementing Oracle's applications and strengthens Oracle's relationship with IBM, a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork. — Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management support for AIX is available now. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20020718/ORCLLOGO) Supporting Quotes — "By supporting AIX, we give service providers increased flexibility to choose the operating system that works best for their environments, helping them implement Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management smoothly to more quickly realize the benefits of its unified view of customer and revenue data across any service, product, promotion, or payment method," said David Sharpley, vice president product marketing and channels, Oracle Communications. — "The AIX operating system delivers robust, scalable performance, which is essential for meeting the demands of today's information technology environments. Working in concert with the Oracle solution, AIX is an ideal operating system for handling the heavy-duty transaction workloads common in the telecommunications industry," said Scott Handy, vice president of worldwide marketing and strategy, IBM Power Systems. Supporting Resources http://www.oracle.com/industries/communications/index.html

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