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    Overall, Sun and StorageTek users are positive on the acquisition -- mainly because they want fewer vendors to deal with for maintenance and support.

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  • Sun acquires StorageTek for $4.1B

    Two struggling giants consolidate to offer users a more complete package of server, disk and tape storage, and management software for archiving and compliance.

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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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  • Q&A: Sun’s CTO talks storage

    Sun has carved a top-spot in the storage market by reselling high-end storage from Hitachi Data Systems and software from Veritas along with its own modular, midrange hardware, but what you may not know is that the Santa Clara, Calif., company has joined the industry cry for storage management...

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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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  • Sun Microsystems

    Sun Microsystems (often just called "Sun"), the leading company in computers used as Web servers, also makes servers designed for use as engineering workstations, data storage products, and related software.

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  • Sun adds Linux support to Sun Ray thin clients

    The server software that supports Sun Microsystems' Sun Ray thin-client devices can now run on x86-based Linux systems in...

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  • Sun launches Linux-flavoured iPlanet Application Server

    Sun Microsystems has launched a version of the iPlanet Application Server that will run on the Linux operating system.

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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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  • Sun Microsystems ships AMD Shanghai processor in x64, blade servers

    Sun Microsystems will now ship x64 and blade servers with AMD's 45-nanometer quad-core Opteron processor, Shanghai, which offers a virtualization performance boost. IBM, HP and Dell began shipping systems with the processor and touting its virtualization benefits last month.

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