"The move brings together a wide array of software (some
home-built), but much of it picked up via acquisition. Together, it
represents the first soup-to-nuts software platform--from
development tools to application servers to messaging
infrastructure--for a company perhaps best known for its server
hardware and Solaris operating system.
"All of Sun's software will now bear the Sun ONE--short for Open
Net Environment--brand name. Sun previously used the Sun ONE
moniker to describe its over-arching distributed application
architecture, into which the individual products now fit as
"The new re-branded products--all of which will bear the Sun ONE
name--include the iPlanet Web, application, portal, directory,
messaging, calendar, and identity servers; Forte Tools for Java
development; Chili!Soft ASP, which lets Microsoft ASP code run on
Java platforms; and StarOffice, the open-source alternative to
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