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Sun's AMD Opteron-based Systems Proving Unbeatable
Solutions Offer Speed, Innovation and Value

Sun and AMD are working closely to optimize Linux, Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) and the Sun Java Enterprise System for industry leading solutions utilizing Opteron processors. Although many system vendors are producing new Opteron processor-based servers, most can't compare to Sun's solutions. Sun maximizes the Opteron advantage in speed, product offerings, innovation and value.

"Contrarian Mind: Hal Stern"
Sun's CTO of Services Discusses His Less-is-better Approach
Sun's CTO of its services business, Hal Stearns, thinks that running away from the pack has its advantages. In the latest "Contrarian Minds," he explains how Sun is approaching the services market with a less-is-better approach. By leveraging talents of fewer people and utilizing their strengths in networking, Sun hopes to beat out the competition.
Blueprint Initiative Continues with BIND Research
Blueprint Asia Should Enter 60,000 Molecular Interactions Records

The Blueprint Initiative research program has raised the funds necessary to begin Blueprint Asia in Singapore, which will enter 60,000 molecular interactions records into the Biomolecular Interaction Network Database (BIND). Sun is one of several partners supporting the associated software development, database curation, computer hardware and networking.

    Buy a Complete Sun Solution, Pay for it Next Year
    No Payments or Interest Until 2005

    Finance a complete Sun solution with no payments and no interest through the end of the year, and then pay only 3.9 percent interest for a 24- or 36-month period beginning January 2005. Sun Microsystems Finance is offering this special rate on the entire range of Sun's latest product and service offerings.

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    Sun, ESRI Release Next-Generation ArcGIS Software
    Slashes Time-to-deployment Cycles up to 10-fold
    Sun Java System Application Server and Java technology will now be supported by ESRI's ArcGIS 9 software that offers secure, Web-based Services for seamlessly integrating geographic data with existing business and analytical applications. Through its support for JavaServer Faces technology, ArcGIS 9 software can reduce time-to-deployment cycles up to 10-fold.
    Over 500 Software Packages Available for Solaris OS (SPARC Platform Edition) and (x86 Platform Edition)
    Blastwave.org Offers Software Downloads, DVD

    Over 500 software packages are available for automatic installation over the network onto the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) (SPARC Platform Edition) and (x86 Platform Edition). Blastwave.org has created a set of binary packages of free software for both of these Solaris OS architecture systems.

    N1 Grid Service Provisioning System Software Administration for Microsoft Windows OS
    Learn Advanced Skills in Administrating this System Software

    Learn how to install, configure, operate and manage the N1 Grid Service Provisioning System product for Microsoft Windows OS in an instructor-led class sponsored by Sun. Through a mixture of lectures and lab exercises, learn about this software's organizational architecture, including its features and functions, and resource requirements.

    StarOffice, Migration Tools Wins LinuxWorld Product Excellence Award
    Sun Software Earns Best Productivity / Business Application

    Sun's StarOffice and Migration Tools earned the Best Productivity / Business Application at the LinuxWorld Product Excellence Awards presented this month at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo recently held in San Francisco. These awards recognize the best products and services showcased during the four-day conference.

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