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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'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.
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: Shame on us if we can't grow February 1, 2006 Given its position, company should pick up steam, it says in trying to steer analysts toward a more favorable outlook.
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.
Sun dual-Niagara servers due in 2008 February 7, 2007 Multithread frenzy takes another step at Sun: "Victoria Falls" chip will mean 128 threads in a single server.Video: Sun CEO looks to future
Sun begins high-end phase of x86 servers July 11, 2006 Company launching high-end server, its second attempt at blades and the resurrected "Thumper" packed with 48 disk drives. Photos: Sun's Opteron servers
Sponsored matches for "Sun UltraSPARC"