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Sun rises with new generation of servers September 25, 2000 The company will unveil a new generation of Unix servers and UltraSparc processors, amid a cultural transformation that may prove more difficult than other product launches.
Sun ousts top server executives April 16, 2004 Sun Microsystems is changing the top executives in charge of its core server products, the latest upheaval as Sun seeks to turn around 12 consecutive quarters of revenue declines.
Sun's fighting chance September 20, 2004 Forrester CEO George Colony argues that if Sun goes down, it's going to go down taking very big swings.
Sun puts Java into gear for cars June 29, 2004 The JavaOne crowd envisions a future with downloadable horn tunes as Sun's Jonathan Schwartz outlines a push to put Java in autos.
Grid computing luring mainstream backers February 21, 2002 Grid computing to date has largely been the terrain of academics and start-ups. But established tech companies are now nudging the concept toward the mainstream business world.
Open source, from Apache to Zimbra November 22, 2006 In the software business, you can't just sit around--there's always a new feature to add or the Joneses to keep up with.
Is open source getting to Microsoft? September 15, 2006 Pledge not to sue over Web services patents reflects the spread of the collaborative development model--as far as Microsoft, even.
HP spends big to expand e-commerce software October 25, 2000 Hewlett-Packard buys Bluestone Software for an estimated $470 million, as the computing giant continues to make inroads into the exploding e-business software market.
XML as the great peacemaker December 21, 2000 Extensible Markup Language accomplished the seemingly impossible this year: It brought bitter software enemies together to speak the same tongue.
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