Sunday, February 13, 2005

Vol 84 Issue 2

Sun's collaborative efforts top this week's news, namely with Archipelago to buy and sell CPU usage cycles [14111], Mobeon to create open standards, IP messaging services [14119], XM Satellite Radio, which will exclusively rely on specific Sun products [14105] and Centercode's Connect, which will support the SolarisTM 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) [14107].

Other articles of interest include a Sun VP's perspective on the democratization of network computing [14110], Sun and Oracle's record-breaking data warehousing performance [14098], the Enterprise Grid Alliance's goals to accelerate the adoption of grid solutions [13993] and the industry's drive to establish a national health information network [14057].

The latest updates in Sun Hardware include the release of the Sun[TM] Rack 1000-42 [14040] and the announced end of life for select blade platforms, server blades and specialty blades [14067] as well as select Brocade Silkworm switches [14065].

New product releases covered include the Sun Java[TM] Desktop System, Release 3 [14118], Sun Java[TM] System Application Server 8.1 [14113] and Sun Java[TM] System Message Queue 3 [14121]. Also in Sun Java, read about a promotional developer bundle for the Sun Java[TM] Studio software [14089] and one developer's experience with the Sun Java[TM] Studio Enterprise 7 [14096].

In FOSS, get details on the newly created Globus Consortium [14071], the Software Freedom Law Center [14120], why open source is driving the services market [14021], JOnAS' J2EE 1.4 certification [14117] and the latest guide on Lucene [14091].

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