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Sun and Oracle Strengthen 20-year Partnership
Joint Marketing Efforts Address 5-million Member Developer Community

Sun is expanding its 20-year strategic alliance to include support for Oracle products on Sun's full line of Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) (SPARC Platform Edition), Solaris OS (x86 Platform Edition) and Linux systems. The alliance is intended to bring lower acquisition costs, greater simplicity and manageability.

Oracle and Sun Push Low-cost Computing Boundaries
Oracle Solutions to Run on Sun's IT Infrastructure, Including N1

Oracle and Sun have worked together for 20 years to bring quality, performance, innovation and features to the enterprise data center. They are now reaffirming their commitment to open, standards-based computing with all the performance, features and value that the enterprise needs. Sun and Oracle will bring low-cost computing to collaboration through providing Oracle solutions on Sun's IT infrastructure, including N1.

Grid Computing Speeds the Work of Genetics Researchers
Sun ONE Grid Engine Software Cuts Turnaround Time

James Watson reported on that grid computing has become a tool in the compute-intensive world of genetics research. Oxford GlycoSciences (OGS), a biopharmaceutical company in the UK, now employs grid computing to perform rapid analyses of protein samples using complex algorithms.

Using the N1 Provisioning Server to Manage the Data Center
Brian Korn Explains the N1 Vision

Sun's N1 marketing strategist Brian Korn explained the workings of the N1 Provisioning Server in a recent interview on the Sun Web site. Users will quickly discover that deploying an N1 environment allows them to focus on delivering business services rather than managing individual components. Customer Success Story
Sun and Quest Solutions Improve Throughput, Availability

When introduced its Name Your Own Price services program in April 1998, the company created the need for an information system with entirely new levels of performance. Sun Microsystems and Quest provided the solutions that now enable to meet its scalability and availability goals.

Java Technology
The Java Card Forum
Promoting the Java Card API Specification as the Industry Standard

The Java Card Forum is aimed at promoting the Java programming language as the preferred programming language for multiple-application smart cards. The forum's activities are intended to promote the Java Card API specification as the industry standard, to better meet the needs of the smart card manufacturers and their customers.

"Using AES with Java Technology"
Java Technology Article Examines the Advanced Encryption Standard

A recent article by Rags Srinivas, "Using AES with Java Technology," examines the history and use of the federal standard for private-key or symmetric cryptography. Particularly, the article examines how the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) has been incorporated into several Java technology offerings; the Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) was integrated into the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition v1.4.0.

NHL Wireless Hockey Game Coming to Java Technology Powered Phones
Game Market and Demand for High-end, Color Mobile Phones Increasing

Tira Wireless, a full service publisher of wireless Java platform-based applications for mobile phones, and the National Hockey League (NHL) have teamed up to deliver NHL PowerShot Hockey, the first North American major sports league branded wireless application for Java technology-enabled mobile phones.

i2 Transport Management Solution Now Runs on Solaris Operating System
Testing Shows More than 1.4 Million Transactions in 24 Hours

The Transportation and Distribution Management (TDM) solutions from i2 (which includes transportation planning and transportation optimizer) are now available for the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS).

MSC.Software to Integrate and Support Sun ONE Grid Engine Software
Reduces the Time and Costs Associated with Product Development

MSC.Software, a global provider of virtual product development (VPD) products, plans to integrate the Sun ONE Grid Engine software into its own enterprise systems and high-performance computing product portfolio. The company intends to market, implement and support Sun's grid computing platform and services.

Alphawest Delivers EDMS and VERS Compliance to Victorian Department of Justice
Sun Supplies Sun Fire 280R Servers and Sun Fire V880 Servers

As part of an overall Knowledge Management System, the information management solutions provider Alphawest has been selected by the Victorian Department of Justice (of Australia) in order to deliver its Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). The solution will allow for the creation, capture and management of corporate knowledge, and will help with the department's accountability needs.

RedPoint Extends its NetVoyant Product Family
Support Provided for Linux, Windows, and Solaris Operating System

The developer and supplier of Web-based network performance management and reporting software, RedPoint, is including support of all three versions of its NetVoyant product family solutions for Linux, Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) and Windows NT/2000/XP OS. The product family is made up of the entry-level NetVoyant Lite, mid-tier NetVoyant Professional and the high-end NetVoyant Enterprise.

LinuxWorld Conference & Expo
August 4-7, San Francisco, CA

The LinuxWorld Conference & Expo will feature speakers from Sun, HP, IBM, Red Hat, Oracle and others and a State of Open Source Roundtable. There will also be hands-on labs, discussions of technical and business issues, the Taste of Linux series and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions. This year offers a new Linux Financial Summit for financial IT executives.

Sun Net Talk: "Web Services-Based Integration: Open Solutions for Future Compatibility"
July 10, 9-10 p.m. PT

Join host John Fowler, VP and CTO, Software Group, Sun, as he covers the implications of the transformation of integrated solutions due to Web Services, open standards, Java technology and platform computing. The talk is titled "Web Services-Based Integration: Open Solutions for Future Compatibility" and will be held on Thursday, July 10, 2003, 9-10 p.m. PT/12-1 a.m. ET.

USENIX Security Symposium
August 4-8, Washington, D.C.

The USENIX Security Symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers and others interested in the latest advances in security of computer systems. The symposium offers tutorials and technical sessions, including refereed papers, invited talks, Work-in-Progress reports, panel discussions and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions.

JAOO 2003 Conference
September 22-26, Aarhus, Denmark

The JAOO 2003 conference will be held September 22-26, in Aarhus, Denmark. The event is designed to be the top European developer conference in Java technology and object-oriented software engineering. The conference presents in-depth presentations and tutorials by researchers, engineers and trend-setters in software engineering and technology.

OracleWorld 2003 -- San Francisco and Paris
September 7-11, 2002; October 20-23, 2003

OracleWorld 2003 is scheduled for September 7-11, 2003 in San Francisco, and for Paris during October 20-23, 2003. Attendees at the world's largest conference and exhibition on Oracle technology will have the chance to gain insight into the company's strategy and technology updates and, at the same time, learn how to get the most out of their current products.

ITU World Telecom
October 12-18, Geneva, Switzerland

ITU World Telecom will be held October 12-18, in Geneva, Switzerland. The event aims to be a world-class showcase for the latest technological trends and a forum for a variety of influential, global speakers. Sun senior executives will be on hand to showcase its Telecom Services Delivery Framework as well as its new Personal Network solutions.

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