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Sun broadens its horizons

The company warms up to open source for Solaris, adds Java tools to its radio frequency identification menu and extends its unusual pricing program.

roundup The company warms up to open source for Solaris, adds Java tools to its radio frequency identification menu and extends its unusual pricing program.

Warming up to open source for Solaris

The company continues its tilt toward the open-source world, as executives vow to open up the proprietary operating system. They stop short, however, when it comes to details.
June 2, 2004

Sun to expand unusual pricing model

update After being promoted to the No. 2 job at Sun Microsystems, Jonathan Schwartz begins spreading his unconventional pricing plans from the software group to the rest of the company.
June 1, 2004

Fujitsu, Sun to collaborate on Unix servers

update The two companies' respective Sun Fire and Primepower products will be replaced with a single line of servers based on Sparc processors by the middle of 2006.
June 1, 2004

Sun adds Java tools to RFID menu

The company is set to launch a software package that attempts to simplify the integration of data collected via radio frequency identification systems.
May 31, 2004