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Oracle buys open-source database firm Print E-mail
Database heavyweight Oracle has acquired Innobase Oy, a privately held Finnish company with close ties to open-source database company MySQL.

Terms of the deal, which was announced Friday, were not disclosed.

Innobase, a profitable company that was founded 10 years ago, makes a database "engine" called InnoDB for storing data to the MySQL database. Its engine is available under the open-source general public license (GPL) and distributed with the MySQL database, a low-end alternative to Oracle's namesake database




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