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Don't you think Sun would love a do-over on StorageTek?

The company warns of a wider loss on lower revenue. Final numbers are due at the end of the month. Scott McNealy must be glad he's out golfing.

By October 20, 2008


The problem with Sun

Sun's business model does not work and it hasn't worked for a long time. Moreover, open source, MySQL, StorageTek, and SaaS (software as a service) will not fix it. What will?

By May 5, 2008


Sun completes StorageTek acquisition

Some analysts frown on deal, saying Sun has blundered with buyouts before. But CEO says buy provides major sales force for storage products.

By September 1, 2005


Sun to buy StorageTek for $4.1 billion

Deal will expand Sun's storage product line, sales channels, sales force and partner network.

By June 2, 2005


Buying StorageTek: Sun's last big gamble?

Sun's $4.1 billion buyout of StorageTek is a huge bet: It's the last cash deal that size Sun will be able to make.

By June 2, 2005


Sun serves up modular storage

Sun has announced the release of two critical application modular storage products under its StorageTek label.

By August 10, 2006


StorageTek wins copyright injunction

In latest twist in controversial "anticircumvention" law, federal judge orders tape backup maintenance company to cease and desist.

By July 12, 2004


StorageTek warns of disappointing results

In another grim investor alert, data-storage specialist predicts worse-than-expected revenue and earnings.

By July 8, 2004


DMCA dismissed from tape backup lawsuit

Court rules a consulting firm did not violate the DMCA when performing maintenance on StorageTek tape backup systems.

By July 20, 2006


StorageTek gets set for tape release

New tape library fits in standard racks and can tackle up to 100 terabytes. It's for midsize companies.

By June 29, 2004