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Five Minute Briefing - Oracle
November 16, 2022

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News Flashes

Kaleyra, Inc., a rapidly growing omnichannel business communications platform and member of Oracle PartnerNetwork, announced that many of its upcoming services launched in late-2022 will be powered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). This deeper partnership will also allow Kaleyra to extend its existing partnership with Oracle to reach thousands of customers more effectively.

Oracle is introducing Oracle Public Safety Services, a new technology platform for law enforcement and first responders that offers a unified hardware and software suite that is designed to remove data silos, eliminate manual busy work, and empower first responders with real-time information and situational awareness to help them make more objective decisions. The suite includes dispatch command center, law enforcement records, and jail management software, as well as body worn devices and real-time video communication tools.

Raymour & Flanigan, the largest furniture and mattress retailer in the Northeast and seventh largest nationwide, announced it selected Oracle NetSuite to ensure a seamless shopping experience for its customers. With NetSuite, Raymour & Flanigan will be able to take advantage of an integrated business system to increase efficiency, gain real-time insights into its business, and adapt its operations so that it can continue to stay ahead of the rapid changes in the retail industry, according to the company.


Think About It

When designing a data center, a recognized set of principles is typically followed. Scalability, resiliency, reliability, and sustainability are all essential, but the most important common feature for data center products may be flexibility. The equipment cabinet should likewise be flexible, but this has not always been the case. There has been a rethinking of the way IT infrastructure, power, and cooling converge—and the data center cabinet is starting to adapt.

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