System News
23 Oct 2001
Sun Open Net Environment and Services on Demand
New Products, Services, Reference Architectures, and Tools

Sun rolled out its Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) software platform for services on demand as the company and its partners detailed new products, services, reference architectures, and tools. This announcement from Sun features the availability of the Sun ONE Starter Kit, the iPlanet Portal Server, and a new set of upgrades and enhancements to the Solaris 8 Operating Environment (Solaris OE). The future plans for Sun ONE are also outlined.
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23 Oct 2001
Industry Leaders Support Sun Open Net Environment
Marketing Agreements

Sun announced broad partner support for the Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) at its first Services on Demand Summit. Over 30 partners endorsed the Sun ONE architecture, including Forte extension partners, Java technology developers, commercial software vendors, and iPlanet partners and Systems Integrators.
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22 Oct 2001
Sun BluePrints Online Magazine
27th Edition Overview

The October edition of the Sun BluePrints Online Magazine, the web-based medium from Sun provides articles of the latest Best Practices using Sun Solutions.
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23 Oct 2001
Java Card Technology for U.S. Smart Cards
U.S. Department of Defense, American Express, Visa

Java Card technology is the solution used by the U.S. Department of Defense, American Express, and Visa to issue smart cards for digital identity in the U.S. Using a single smart card, Java Card technology supports multiple independently secure applications. Moreover, Java Card technology is compatible with most existing smart card standards. This same technology also gives card issuers the flexibility to dynamically modify the services and applications on the Java Card technology-based smart card as the user's needs change, without incurring the cost to replace the card.
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