• Analyst firm urges caution on Sun’s Linux strategy

    In a recent report, the Aberdeen Group compares Sun's and Hewlett-Packard's Linux strategies and cautions that Sun's bias toward Solaris and the perception it isn't serious about Linux could hamper its movement into the enterprise Linux space.

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  • Imation to develop Jiro Technology for Sun storage products

    Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Imation Corp. announced plans for Imation to develop Jiro technology software for Sun's network storage products. Imation also announced plans to offer a range of Jiro technology development services for other network storage vendors. This announcement comes on the heels...

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  • Sun tries to lure back storage customers

    Sun is set to debut a new line of workgroup storage products aimed at putting Solaris users back onto Sun storage -- an area, according to one analyst, that Sun has let slip away.

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  • Sun Microsystems: Left behind at Web services altar?

    Sun appears to be lagging behind, as IBM, BEA, Hewlett Packard, and the rest of the Java Web Services camp prepares to fight.

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  • Intel Nehalem’s launch sparks flurry of product enhancements

    In today's news in brief, the entrance of Intel's Nehalem set off a wave of server and software product offerings; Sun Microsystems talks up its x64 boxes; Fujitsu America offers IT outsourcing services.

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  • Top IT channel stories for November 2009

    Check out the top news stories for November, including headlines from the Oracle-Sun deal, HP and Microsoft Dynamics ERP.

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  • Oracle pledges to continue Sun’s open source storage and tape products

    Oracle executives lay out their strategy after acquisition of Sun, and say they intend to continue selling Sun tape and enterprise data storage hardware.

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  • IBM and Sun reportedly in merger talks

    The Wall Street Journal reports that IBM is in talks to purchase Sun Microsystems. It is suggested that the deal could be valued at as much as $6.5 billion. Such a deal could give IBM more sway in Java standards.

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  • Sun, Microsoft OpenOffice clause not a threat

    Microsoft has it in writing that it can sue for improper use of open source code, but the open source community has little cause for concern.

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  • Sun successfully boots Solaris on “Rock” processor

    By successfully booting Solaris, Sun remains on track to deliver its 16-core ROCK processor in the second half of 2008.

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