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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.
Sun says UltraSparc V two chips in one August 6, 2001 The company has only just started delivering its UltraSparc III processor, but already it has begun touting the split-personality features of its upcoming UltraSparc V chip.
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, Intel part ways on Solaris plans July 21, 2000 The companies finally are seeing eye to eye on whether Sun's Solaris operating system should run on Intel's upcoming Itanium chip: Now both companies think it's a lousy idea.
Sun's next goal: A Linux ecosystem February 8, 2006 A top exec says Sun is "dead serious" about an open-source push for its Sparc chips. Critics say it's trying to save an endangered species.
IBM Power blades to arrive in March November 14, 2003 Big Blue plans to announce on Tuesday a slender server called the JS20 that uses its own Power processors, but a delay means the system won't ship until late in the first quarter.
Sun, Fujitsu to launch joint Sparc servers April 17, 2007 Jointly designed servers, with 4 to 64 dual-core "Olympus" processors, were originally part of effort to keep Sparc from fading away.
Photos: Sun's new enterprise servers
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.
LinuxWorld revs up August 17, 2006 special coverage The San Francisco conference spotlights trends in open source, from servers to cell phones and Windows media support.
HP brings new chips to servers February 9, 2004 The computer maker announces new servers that use Intel's Itanium processor and HP's own PA-8800, the second-to-last chip in the company's Precision Architecture lineage.
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