Thursday, May 19, 2005

Vol 87 Issue 2

Sun's announcements to acquire Tarantella, Inc. [14500] and Procom Technology, Inc. [14499] top the News this week along with the company's plan to expand overseas engineering centers [14505].

New hardware product releases also are included in this week's edition that include a Sun[tm] 10-Gigabit Ethernet PCI-X Adapter [14480]; updated iWay Adapters that comply with the Java[tm] 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE[tm]) Connector Architecture Release 1.5 [14481]; and a feature enhanced 19-inch LCD monitor [14488].

Learn more about the Sun Fire[tm] servers with the fastest available AMD Opteron processors [14483] and the market's view on these dual-core chips [14498].
Also in the Entry-Level Servers section, NewEngergy Associates explains why it chose Sun's x64 server line to reduce its costs and accelerate applications [14476].

In Storage, read about the upgraded Sun StorEdge[tm] 6920 with software version 3.0.0 [14487], the Sun Java StorEdge Software and Suites [14474], Sun StorEdge Enterprise Backup Software 7.2 [14479] and the three sets of license tiers available for the Sun StorEdge 9900 Universal Volume Manager [14395].

Sun's latest service offerings are detailed in the Service section, including the Sun[tm] Managed Storage Services [14482], Sun[tm] Operations Mangement Solution [14484], Sun Business Intelligence Network Computing Solution [14485] and the Sun[tm] Network Services for SAP Solutions [14486].

FOSS covers the Liberty Alliance Project's three interface specifications for identity-based web services [14377], Sun's invitation to open source Java[tm] developers [14427], the "Firefox and Thunderbird Garage" guide [14362], and more.

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