SAN JOSE, Calif.--Sun Microsystems doesn't want to bring its Solaris operating sytem to Intel's Itanium chip. This week. Sun dallied with bringing its Solaris operating system to Intel's Itanium processor, but Chief Executive Scott McNealy on Monday voiced second thoughts--or perhaps fourth thoughts is a more accurate description.in the 1990s, , then .
At a changes to its Itanium plans" next week., McNealy updated the company's position. "We're not doing anything with Itanium," he said, to which President Jonathan Schwartz added, "There's just no volume." But there's still room for another change of heart. In his Web log Tuesday, Schwartz said Sun plans to announce "