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SoftBank Mobile Replaces Teradata with Exadata

Improved data warehouse performance by 8X while replacing 36 Teradata racks with just three Oracle Exadata racks



Softbank Mobile Corporation, a fast growing mobile telecommunications provider based in Tokyo, Japan, has gained eight times the data warehouse processing capacity while replacing 36 Teradata racks with just three Oracle Exadata racks. The new data warehouse running on Oracle Exadata is connected to the company's customer care and billing system and has resulted in these benefits:

  • 150% increase in storage capacity

  • Reduced database running costs by 50%

  • Reduced operational costs by more than half

  • Accelerated analysis of billions of call records by more than 300%

SoftBank Mobile initially considered updating its existing Teradata warehouse but decided it would be too costly. The company then compared five solutions before selecting Oracle Exadata Database Machine.

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