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29 Jun 2010 Sun Fire x86 Clustered Systems Launched [23263]
Offers Simplified Management, Record Performance and Operational Efficiencies

An InformationWeek 2010 survey reported 54 percent of respondents prefer a single server vendor, to take advantage of purchasing power, knowledge, and support. Oracle is delivering just that with the launch of a complete refresh of its Sun Fire x86 cluster systems which provide high performing application-to-disk solutions capable of being managed and supported as a single system from a single vendor.
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23 Feb 2009 Sun Becomes a Member of Intel Embedded and Communication Alliance [21397]
Helping Align Sun and Intel's Technical Development

Sun is now a member of Intel's Embedded and Communications Alliance (ECA), which is one of the world's most recognized embedded and communications ecosystems providing customers with a trusted supply line of Intel-based products and services. Its membership will help align the two company's technical development and continues the collaborative efforts between Intel and Sun. For customers, this alliance means that next generation systems can be expected to include more balance in performance, energy efficiency, and greater memory and I/O performance.
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29 Dec 2008 Sun Servers Product Guide [21106]
Single 18-Page Dcoument Cover All of Sun's Servers

Sun brings more than 20 years of systems expertise and innovative thinking to their line of servers. Sun’s servers provide the performance, scalability, energy efficiency, and cost effectiveness that help meet the business needs in HPC, virtualization, and eco or energy efficiency. With Sun’s complete family of servers -- Sun Blade servers, Netra servers, and entry-level, mid-range, and high-end servers -- a truly flexible IT ecosystem is a reality. Sun offers a get a choice of processors -- SPARC, UltraSPARC, AMD Opteron, or Intel Xeon -- and operating systems -- Solaris, Linux, or Windows. When you build your datacenter on a solid foundation of Sun servers, you can expect maximum ROI and minimum TCO.

A compact, comprehensive guide to Sun's servers is now available.
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