- Ed Oates
Ed Oates (1946-) co-founded
Software Development Labsin August 1977 with Larry Ellison, and Bob Miner. Software Development Labs later became Oracle Corporation.
Ed Oates graduated with a BA in
mathematicsfrom San Jose State Universityin 1968, and worked at Singer, the US Army Persinscom(drafted), Ampex, and Memorexbefore co-founding Oracle. He retired from the company in 1996 and is currently a member of the board of advisors of Auguri Corporationin addition to volunteering time on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Zoological Societyand the Tower Foundation Board of San Jose State University.
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