Oracle preps partners for server refresh

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Vendor confident that T5 and M5 servers will spark recovery in hardware business

Oracle is pinning its hopes on a SPARC server refresh to revive its flatlining hardware business and has unveiled a range of perks to get partners onside. The vendor giant this week lifted the v...

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