Originally posted on Forbes. Companies spend $35 billion on so-called SQL databases to store and retrieve their data. Goliaths Oracle, IBM ans Microsoft all sell such databases. But a 50-employee, Cambridge, Mass.-based startup claims to be winning business from their enterprise customers. Should investors in those Goliaths be worried? The startup in question is NuoDB and it sells a distributed…
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