Oracle buys DataScience

Oracle has signed an agreement to acquire privately-held data analysis company Financial terms of the transaction were not shared.

DataScience customers include Amgen, Rio Tinto, and Sonos, according to Oracle. Together, Oracle and will provide customers with a single data science platform, that leverages Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and the breadth of Oracle’s integrated SaaS and PaaS offering, said Oracle in a statement.

Here is letter from Amit Zavery, executive vice president of Oracle Cloud platform, on the acquisition:

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