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26 Feb 2002
#5984
Sun Number One in Worldwide UNIX Server Marketshare
With Sun Fire Server Sales Growing 77 Percent Sequentially

Sun demonstrated global acceptance of its Sun Fire Server line in Q4 shipments and revenue, growing sequentially 70 and 77 percent respectively, according to Gartner Dataquest's Q4 Worldwide Server Database Report. The Sun Fire Server line, spanning from the low-end Sun Fire 280R Server and the Sun Fire V880 Server, to the midframe Sun Fire 3800-6800 Server and the high-end Sun Fire 15K Server, continues to attract new customers such as Ocwen and Secretaria de Educacion Publica, who chose to run their IT infrastructure on Sun's binary-compatible servers. Sun holds the number one UNIX system worldwide marketshare position in both revenue and shipments.
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25 Feb 2002
#5747
End-to-End Solutions for Security and Business Continuance
March 7th in Arlington, VA

The End-to-End Solutions for Security and Business Continuance conference will be held on March 7, 2002 in Arlington, VA. At this free, one-day event, representatives from Sun will discuss how they can help your organization with Homeland Security and Disaster Recovery initiatives.
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25 Feb 2002
#5747
End-to-End Solutions for Security and Business Continuance
March 7th in Arlington, VA

The End-to-End Solutions for Security and Business Continuance conference will be held on March 7, 2002 in Arlington, VA. At this free, one-day event, representatives from Sun will discuss how they can help your organization with Homeland Security and Disaster Recovery initiatives.
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25 Feb 2002
#5852
Upcoming Net Talk Web Seminars
Network Identity Management and Using the Internet to Retain Customers

There are two new Net Talk Web seminars coming up in March and April. "Network Identity Management" focuses on Sun's recommendations for implementing Network Identity models. "Use the Internet to Retain Your Most Profitable Customers" will cover retaining customers in e-business.
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25 Feb 2002
#5852
Upcoming Net Talk Web Seminars
Network Identity Management and Using the Internet to Retain Customers

There are two new Net Talk Web seminars coming up in March and April. "Network Identity Management" focuses on Sun's recommendations for implementing Network Identity models. "Use the Internet to Retain Your Most Profitable Customers" will cover retaining customers in e-business.
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25 Feb 2002
#5942
Ford Financial and Sun
Saves Money, Achieves Business Goals

Ford Financial, the largest automotive financing company in the world, has saved $15.5 million based on Sun's e-business architecture design and coding reuse. Ford Financial has also improved its time to market pace and application availability. As a result of these achievements, Ford Financial was named this week as the "E-Comm Innovator of the Year" by technology-industry publication Network World.
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25 Feb 2002
#5983
Sun and Georgia Technology Authority
Develop State's Enterprise Portal

Sun has been awarded the contract from the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) for a leading role in the development and system integration of the state's enterprise portal and interoperability architecture project. GTA selected the Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) Platform as the foundation for the state government's enterprise software infrastructure over other competitive offerings. The portal provides Georgia citizens, suppliers and other external vendors a single point of access to applications and services.
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26 Feb 2002
#5985
BEA Systems and Sun Drive Down TCO
Surpassing IBM Hardware and Software Costs

BEA Systems Inc. and Sun have assembled a combination of products that can offer businesses superior total cost of ownership (TCO) compared to IBM. The results of a recently published third-party analysis by Crimson Consulting Group demonstrate that the TCO of IBM software and hardware is 2.4 times higher than the comparable BEA and Sun solution, which translated into $32.1 million in savings for a customer relationship management deployment.
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