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Sun exec hopes to elevate storage

Mark Canepa, newly appointed to lead Sun Microsystems' storage business, hopes the strategy Sun used to vanquish server rivals will work in his new job as well.

By April 17, 2001

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Sun exec hopes to elevate storage

Mark Canepa, newly appointed to lead Sun Microsystems' storage business, hopes the strategy Sun used to vanquish server rivals will work in his new job as well.

By April 17, 2001

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Sun names new storage chief

The server giant names Mark Canepa the new head of its storage products, a move that could mean big changes for the often-struggling division.

By March 30, 2001

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Sun completes HighGround sale

Sun Microsystems announced it has completed its planned acquisition of HighGround Systems, a company that develops storage software. The $400 million deal gives Sun software that can be used for managing storage systems attached not only to Sun's computers but also to those running Windows. Mark Canepa, named the new head of Sun's storage business, will oversee the software from HighGround.

By April 3, 2001

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Short Take: Compaq fills management post

Compaq Computer has quietly filled a key post in its nascent workstation division following the abrupt departure of a key hire after less than a month on the job. Les Crudele, formerly of Motorola's microprocessor division, has been named vice president of Compaq's workstation division. The move follows Mark Canepa's decision to join Sun Microsystems. Canepa was a highly touted hire by Compaq, but quickly left the company for Sun's Netra server division.

By March 14, 1997

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Short: Sun names vice president of server group

Sun Microsystems announced Mark A. Canepa as vice president of its rapidly growing Workgroup Server Products Group. Formerly, Canepa was general manager of Compaq's workstation division, and is a 20-year veteran of Hewlett-Packard, where he was general manager of workstation operations. The Workgroup Server products compete with low-end servers from other Unix vendors and Microsoft and Intel platforms.

By October 16, 1996

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Short: Compaq announced VP, new business unit

Compaq Computer corralled a veteran Hewlett-Packard executive to run its recently unveiled workstation business unit. Mark Canepa, a 20-year HP veteran, becomes vice president of Compaq's workstation division, effective immediately. Canepa most recently was general manager of HP's workstation systems division. Compaq plans to use Intel's Pentium Pro processor and Microsoft's Windows NT Workstation operating system as the cornerstones of a workstation strategy that offers PC-style prices with Unix-style workstation performance.

By September 25, 1996