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enter image description here What is the name of this font? I have checked in many sites but could not get a proper answer. Might be this the same font used in oracle logo.

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You are likely not going to find an exact match. Text-centric logos like that can be, will be, and usually are modified from the original font to bring a unique look to the text. – Philip Regan May 28 '13 at 12:27
As far as I'm concerned, it's not a modified font. – Sumann May 28 '13 at 13:36

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Because this wordmark also reminded me of the Oracle logo, I searched for a rough free equivalent and landed on Promethean:

Promethean screenshot

Clearly different, but gets you in the same ballpark at least.

Note its for personal use only.

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i really appreciate your hard work.still we are not close.any way thank u .i will wait for few more days ,if i will not get exact than i will go for it . – Sumann May 29 '13 at 2:44
you may not find an exact font because some designers refuse to use a font out of the box without adding their own techniques or creativity to it. – Darth_Vader May 29 '13 at 14:59

This is a great website for finding out fonts: What Font Is

It basically asks you to put the font black on a white background or vice versa and then upload it, it's a great little tool I have used many times.

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Aww I just tried it with the image and it can't seem to find it exactly sorry, but there is a forum community for fonts that couldn't be found for the tool automatically so maybe try there too: – poncho May 28 '13 at 10:07
Ah okay sorry it didn't help, what is alphanet? Could you reach out to the web devs of it and ask them? – poncho May 28 '13 at 16:24

some other options that are not exact but could come close:


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