Oracle Corporation, Germany

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Oracle offers an optimized and fully integrated stack of hardware and software systems that helps organizations overcome complexity and ignite innovation.

To do this, Oracle engineers hardware and software to work together in the cloud and in the data center–from servers and storage, to database and middleware, through applications. For customers needing modular solutions, Oracle's open architecture and multiple operating-system options also give customers unmatched benefits from best-of-breed products in every layer of the stack, allowing them to build the best infrastructure for their enterprise.

Oracle is simplifying IT—helping customers ignite innovation and overcome complexity.


Previous experience

Oracle brings comprehensive, end-to-end solutions to the healthcare industry to support best practices and decrease costs. Oracle's healthcare-specific applications help ensure quality care and decrease patient safety concerns through the integration of clinical data and the ability to analyze patient-specific information. We deliver key functionality for integrated solution capable of aggregating clinical data meaningfully across disparate systems and creating detailed, holistic views of the healthcare enterprise and complete, standards-based, semantically interoperable HIE solution.

For Life Sciences we deliver a powerful combination of technology and comprehensive, preintegrated business applications, including key functionality built specifically for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device enterprises. Oracle offers a unified data model that gathers and synchronizes real-time information across an organization, including multiple research programs, regulatory groups, manufacturing facilities and sales and marketing teams. And when Oracle for Life Sciences runs on Oracle technology, you speed implementation, optimize performance, streamline support-and maximize ROI.

The domain specific solutions are complemented by a complete portfolio of high-performance, high-value servers, storage, archiving, software, and networking products that are engineered to work together to deliver record-breaking performance, simplified management, and cost-saving efficiencies. The systems are built on open standards that work with the existing infrastructure.


Profile of staff members

Dr. Wilfried Stuettgen:

Wilfried Stuettgen holds a Diploma and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the RWTH Aachen, Germany. Since eight years he is responsible at Oracle (formerly Sun Microsystems) for the Business Development in Government, Education/Research and Healthcare. This includes various cooperations and research projects with universities and research laboratories in Germany including EU and BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research) projects. His interests include numerical methods, high performance computing, data management, preservation and archiving, service oriented architectures, web technologies, and identity management.


Volker Franzkowiak:

Volker Franzkowiak holds a Diploma in Geophysics and Meteorology from the University of Cologne, Germany. Since 2000 he work for Oracle (formerly Sun Microsystems) as consultant, business development and sales manager. He is specialised in Oracle's Database, Security and Identity Management Portfolio, Web Technologies, Portal and Desktop Technologies.



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2) Oracle Center of Excellence "Data- and Storage Management" at Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum

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