• Oracle placates Sun shops with SPARC T3

    Oracle gave the nod to the Web-serving side of the Sun hardware business by announcing the successor to UltraSPARC processor, and new servers built on top of it.

    Alex Barrett3,400 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft on collision course with Sun and Novell for directory market

    AD/AM -- it's not a radio station. It's a technology that has created a sequel to the Microsoft/Novell saga. This time around, Gates and company have come for Novell's directory business and have also charted a new collision course with another old rival -- Sun.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • New Sun Galaxy servers poised for impact in the Windows enterprise market

    With a new line of x86 boxes, will the Windows faithful now take a second look at what Sun has to offer?

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Sun preaches open standards key to connected enterprises

    Sun evangelist Simon Phipps said open standards will foster the growth of the Internet in today's connected world.

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • Exec says Sun is a Linux believer

    The perception that Sun Microsystems Inc. is a reluctant supporter of Linux is just plain wrong, according to Jack O'Brien, Sun's group manager for Linux strategy and marketing. Sun's Linux operating system for Intel x86 servers is an integral part of Sun's mix-and-match platform strategy, he said....

    Jan Stafford2,845 pointsBadges:
  • Sun to provide Xen virtualization on Solaris

    Sun plans to provide support for Xen virtualization on its Solaris OS by the middle of next year in an attempt to draw more customers to its platform.

    Mark Fontecchio3,820 pointsBadges:
  • Authors slam Sun’s open source strategy

    Is Sun out of touch with the open source community? Authors Tom Adelstein and Sam Hiser think so.

    AmyKucharik870 pointsBadges:
  • Sun CEO: Linux is for ‘hobbyists,’ not enterprise

    Scott McNealy is apparently still kicking and screaming about Sun's entry into Linux and open-source, telling attendees at the SunNetwork conference last week that the operating system is for "hobbyists" and not enterprise IT shops. McNealy said Linux's component approach to building a data center...

    Jan Stafford2,845 pointsBadges:
  • Rocks Linux and Sun desktops ‘supersize’ scientists’ images

    Biomedical researchers use Linux to assist in viewing huge datasets on a PC.

    Jan Stafford2,845 pointsBadges:
  • Sun Black box: A data center Winnebago

    Today Sun Microsystems will introduce the first prefabricated data center. The prototype, dubbed "Sun Black Box," is fully configured inside a standard shipping container.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:

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