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Sun seeks Solaris security badge September 14, 2006 Solaris with Trusted Extensions, due later this year, is under evaluation for Common Criteria certification.
Intel reclaims spot in Sun servers January 22, 2007 With the move, Sun becomes the last of the four tier-one server sellers to rely jointly on x86 processors from Intel and AMD.Photos: Sun, Intel team up
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.
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.
Sun flirts with Ubuntu May 17, 2006 At JavaOne, suggestions fly that Sun Microsystems will ship servers with "Dapper Drake" version of Ubuntu Linux.
Sun hires Debian Linux founder March 19, 2007 Ian Murdock, founder of Debian and several other Linux initiatives, now will work with Solaris and Linux.
Red Hat plans app server in 2004 December 18, 2003 The Linux seller plans to expand into a new Java software market in the first half of 2004, encroaching on the application server turf of IBM, BEA Systems and Sun Microsystems.
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.
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