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Oracle’s Larry Ellison Needs To Fight In Middleware To Push Oracle To $36 And Higher

December 29, 2010 No Comments

Oracle’s database software business constitutes about 38% of the $36 Trefis price estimate for Oracle stock, while middleware software adds another 24% and applications software also contributes 24%.

Oracle has posted market share gains in middleware software licenses since 2006, despite facing stiff competition from players like IBM and Microsoft. Forbes.com examines the headwinds these competitors pose on Oracle’s ability to continue its market share run.

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