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Sun spices up product menu

Two new Unix servers code-named Enchilada join the tech giant's new software products and midrange storage system.

Two new Unix servers code-named Enchilada join the tech giant's new software products and midrange storage system.

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Face to Face Exclusive: McNealy sets Sun's Q2 course
Scott McNealy, CEO, Sun Microsystems

The company is looking to stave off competition from Intel-based machines with its two new low-end Unix servers, the first to use the new UltraSparc IIIi "Jalapeno" processor.
April 7, 2003


The company pushes its N1 effort to pool servers and storage systems a step forward with the release of the storage management component. Plus, Sun gets set to launch storage hardware.
April 7, 2003


Sun Microsystems releases a new version of its enterprise business-oriented instant messaging software as part of an overall communications software package.
April 6, 2003