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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 extends UltraSparc reach August 6, 2007 With its new microprocessor, Sun Microsystems hopes to sell chips to telecom firms, storage manufacturers.
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.
New Sun servers to use old Sun chip August 31, 2006 Sun is upgrading its lower-end UltraSparc-based servers--but the systems will arrive with chips introduced three years ago.
Sun gives OpenSparc a push October 3, 2006 Development project for UltraSparc T1 gets an advisory board, a boost from Gentoo Linux and a derivative design from Simply RISC.
Sun denies rumors of delayed systems December 20, 2000 A top executive is throwing cold water on recent analyst reports that claim the company is struggling with computer problems regarding the move to its new UltraSparc III chip.
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 speeds Niagara servers January 18, 2007 Sun plans to announce faster UltraSparc T1 'Niagara' servers. And 'Rock' servers are due in the second half of 2008.
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.
Sponsored matches for "Sun UltraSPARC"