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Microsoft Strikes Deal With China At 'Sun'set
by CXOtoday Staff    Nov 24, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Microsoft deepened its rapport with the Chinese government by signing a deal for jointly developing products based on its .Net and Office platforms, even as rival Sun announced plans to install 200 million copies of a non-Windows system...
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Sun Attempts to Rise Again With New Ally AMD
by CXOtoday Staff    Nov 18, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Sun Microsystems and Advanced Micro Devices have announced a strategic alliance to develop and market new technologies. Sun's Sparc chip and Solaris operating system, face stiff competition from rivals who make cheaper servers with Intel...
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Sun Shines On Open Source, Targets India
by CXOtoday Staff    Nov 08, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Sun Microsystems, which co-chairs the internalisation of the Linux system, is betting big on the open source (OS) market space. It has partnered with Red Hat and SuSe. Indian and Chinese markets present a tremendous growth potential for...
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Sun fuels growth: To add 200 more in Bangalore
by CXOtoday Staff    Nov 07, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Sun Microsystems plans to up-scale its Bangalore development center by adding 200 professionals to its payroll. The center currently employs about 500 people, and the transition to 700 is reported to take place soon. Sun Bangalore is...
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Sun Solstice X.25 snmpx25d Buffer Overflow
by CXOtoday Staff    Oct 31, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Sun¨s Solstice X.25 software provides transparent access to systems and resources across public and private X.25 networks. The SNMP daemon (snmpx25d) in the Solstice X.25 package contains a vulnerability, which can be exploited by a remote...
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Sun's Java Virtual Machine faces security bypass
by CXOtoday Staff    Oct 31, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Sun's implementation of Java Virtual Machine (JVM) has been reported to contain a vulnerability, which can be exploited by a malicious Java applet. A hostile applet can bypass any security restrictions and possibly execute arbitrary code...
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Sunus new chip sparks up performance race
by Hinesh Jethwani    Oct 13, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Sun Microsystems announced today that its latest UltraSparc IV processor will outrace counterparts by a factor of 1.6 to 2. The breakthrough has fired up the highly competitive CPU market, with chipmakers like Intel, IBM, Advanced Micro...
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Sun pioneers 100 times faster chip
by CXOtoday Correspondent    Sep 23, 2003
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Sun Microsystems announced today that it has developed a revolutionary technology to increase the speed at which semiconductors talk to each other. Comparing speeds, the fastest desktop chip today, the Intel Pentium 4 processor, can transmit...
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