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24 Apr 2006
#16303
Jonathan Schwartz Named Sun CEO
Scott McNealy to Continue in Role as Sun Chairman

As part of a "carefully architected succession plan," Jonathan Schwartz has been named Sun's new CEO while Scott McNealy will continue in his role as Sun chairman as well as take on a new position as chairman of Sun Federal Inc. These changes were effective immediately upon the announcement, which was made on April 24, 2006.
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24 Apr 2006
#16252
Sun Reports Revenues Up 21% for Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2006
Acquisitions and Growth in Traditional Markets Cited for Increase

Sun's fiscal third quarter that ended March 26, 2006, reported a 21 percent revenue increase with US$3.177 billion compared to $2.627 billion in the same period last year. The company's net loss for the three month period was $217 million, or 6 cents a share, compared with $28 million, or 1 cent, for the third quarter of fiscal 2005.
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24 Apr 2006
#16259
Sun Enterprise Migration Suite Announced
Answers Concerns on Potential Risks, Costs, Time for Complex Migrations

Sun has announced the upcoming release of the Sun Enterprise Migration Suite - a sequence of services designed to make it easier to move to the Solaris 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) and x64 server platforms. The suite utilizes formal methodologies and tools to help an enterprise's justification to migrate more accurate, flexible and robust.
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24 Apr 2006
#16282
Leading IT Vendors Launch the Green Grid Association
Goal to Lower Overall Consumption of Power in Data Centers

Sun has teamed with AMD, HP, IBM and Rackable Systems in launching the Green Grid - an association designed to assist IT professionals and data center managers create more energy-efficient data centers worldwide. The organization's goal is to lower the overall consumption of power in data centers.
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24 Apr 2006
#16258
Sun Fire X2100 Servers Set Records on MCAE Applications
32 Node Cluster Earns New Benchmarks on LS-DYNA and Fluent

Sun Fire X2100 servers have set two new world-record benchmarks for real-world mechanical computer-aided engineering (MCAE) applications. Its 32-node cluster powered by AMD's Opteron Model 156 processor, the highest-performing single-core AMD Opteron 100 series processor, has set records on both the LS-DYNA and Fluent benchmarks.
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24 Apr 2006
#16291
Oracle and Sun Team Up to Break SAP Benchmark Record
Beat Best Results Achieved by Microsoft SQL Server 2005i

Oracle Database 10g running on a Sun Fire E6900 with the Solaris 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) have set a world record result on the SAP Transaction Banking (TRBK) Standard Application Benchmark, surpassing the best result of Microsoft SQL Server 2005i.
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24 Apr 2006
#16288
MySQL Database Demonstrates Preference for Solaris 10 OS
Benchmarks Shows up to 90% Faster Run on Sun's OS than Red Hat Linux

The open source MySQL 5.0.18 database running an online transaction processing (OLTP) workload on the Solaris 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) and Sun Fire V40z servers executed functions up to 64 percent faster in read/write mode and up to 91 percent faster in read-only mode than Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Advanced Server Edition OS.
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30 Apr 2006
#16325
Top Ten Articles for Last 3 Issues
Vol 98 Issues 1, 2 and 3

Each week, we determine which articles have been most frequently referenced by logged-in subscribers to provide you with a list of the most popular articles for each of the last three issues. The Web version of this article lists the top 10 articles for each of the last three issues. The top articles for the three most recent issues were:

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