Oracle announced the general availability of Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Release 6.0, marking the first product upgrade following the acquisition of TimesTen in June 2005. The release adds significant enhancements focused on major increases in caching performance and availability, larger in-memory databases and data caches, tighter integration with other Oracle products, and broader support of industry standards such as SQL and Java. With this new release, Oracle now boasts an end-to-end data management solution spanning real-time, embedded and front-office systems to large-scale enterprise databases and data warehouses.

To satisfy customer demand for a standards-based solution that helps ensure data-intensive applications are instantly responsive, highly scalable and continuously available, Oracle quickly moved to strengthen the integration of the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database as a real-time cache for Oracle data. Release 6.0 brings together the best of Oracle TimesTen and Oracle Database to provide customers with an integrated real-time caching and enterprise data management solution. Now, companies in the telecommunications, financial services, travel, defense, intelligence industries, as well as real-time enterprises in other industries with business intelligence and service-oriented architectures (SOA), can instantly access data from their most time-sensitive systems - when milliseconds are mission-critical.

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