October 2007
UNIX Update;Oct2007, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that Enpocket, the Intelligent Mobile Marketing company, is using Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition software on Linux to support global expansion and help deliver highly targeted mobile advertising solutions for its customers. The company's Linux platform powers targeted and integrated mobile advertising on the mobile Internet for the world's largest mobile operators and publishers, according to the article. The Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition-powered platform of Enpocket serves tens of millions of advertising every day, each one tailored to unique assets of a wide range of mobile devices, according to the article.


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