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Sprint serves up access to Sun software

Sprint has begun offering to outsource e-mail and calendar functions using Sun Microsystems' servers and its iPlanet software, the companies said Thursday. The services will be offered at Sprint's Dallas-Fort Worth data center, which opened Friday. Sprint will provide its customers with help-desk support as part of the offering. Sun has been concentrating for years on service-provider customers such as Sprint but recently has shifted its focus to large corporate customers that haven't been hit as hard by the current economic downturn.

Sprint has begun offering to outsource e-mail and calendar functions using Sun Microsystems' servers and its iPlanet software, the companies said Thursday. The services will be offered at Sprint's Dallas-Fort Worth data center, which opened Friday.

Sprint will provide its customers with help-desk support as part of the offering. Sun has been concentrating for years on service-provider customers such as Sprint but recently has shifted its focus to large corporate customers that haven't been hit as hard by the current economic downturn.

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