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Sun bumps UltraSparc to 1.8GHz August 22, 2006 Speed increase improves the overall performance of servers with the chip about 20 percent, Sun Microsystems says.
New Sun software aims to unite servers December 5, 2000 The software giant on Tuesday will introduce new software that will allow servers to be joined into groups, but already its competitors are declaring their own victory in the "clustering" market.
Sun moves up on IBM in server sales December 13, 2000 The server market increases 12 percent in the third quarter, to $15.4 billion, with Sun Microsystems advancing over two competitors to take second place overall, a study says.
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.
Linux-loving McNealy dons penguin outfit February 8, 2002 In a move to erase doubts about the sincerity of Sun Microsystems' move to embrace Linux, CEO Scott McNealy took the stage at the company's annual meeting wearing a penguin suit.
Stock slips as Sun's glow fades December 12, 2000 Analysts step back from their gung-ho views of Sun Microsystems, as the company faces stiffer competition and tries to boost year-end sales.
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.
Firing up IBM's Unix business August 3, 2006 Ross Mauri took over IBM's Unix group just after a market share stumble, but new high-end systems should fix the problem.
Gateway begins AMD server push November 8, 2006 Gateway becomes the latest computer maker to begin selling x86 servers using Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processor.
Sun's server guy peers ahead June 20, 2006 Sun Microsystems is open to adopting Intel chips and is spreading the word about power consumption, says John Fowler, executive VP of systems.
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