Sunday, March 13, 2005

Vol 85 Issue 2

Outperforming the competition, Sun's lead in the number of UNIX[R] disk storage systems shipped [14235] tops the news this week that also covers Sun's contributions to the 2005 Game Developers Conference [14244], Sun Fellow Guy Steele's new programming language and prestigious award [14225] and Sun's consideration of Singapore as a global network hub [14217].

Information on realizing a viable carrier-grade Linux platform [14214] is available in the Features section, along with identity management's role in the Digital Campus [14218], an expert Java[TM] panel takes on .Net [14237] and Sun joins the NASCAR Busch Series race [14238].

Workstations offer customer success stories in implementing the Sun Ray[TM] ultra-thin client [14139], [14181] and the Sun Secure Network Access Platform.

The Sun Java section delves into the five Sun Java[TM] Enterprise System Suites [14127], the Sun JavaTM System Communications software [14142] and the Sun Java[TM] Studio Enterprise 7 - reviewer's guide [14129] and a white paper using it to build applications [14162].

The Sun StorEdge[TM] 9990 System has been repriced [14050] and a limited-time promotion is being offered on the Brocade SilkWorm Switches and Directors [14030]. Also, read about the latest enhancements incorporated into the Sun StorEdge[TM] QFS and SAM-FS [14150] and the NFS [14236].

Learn about Sun's training promotions for the JavaTM 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE[TM]) 5.0 [14222], the JDO 2.0 specification [14223] and how the Java Community Process[SM] manages the development of Java[TM] technology [14224].

Developers can run Windows applications on the Sun JavaTM Desktop System with Wine [14170]. And, a recently published book provides real-world Struts solutions and recipes [14094].

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