LinuxPlanet: Sun Readies Three Linux Desktop Offerings
Feb 02, 2004, 20:45 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jacqueline Emigh)
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"Sun's upcoming 3D desktop environment, codenamed Project
Looking Glass, drew lots of glances at LinuxWorld last month,
largely because of advance demos by Computer Associates (CA).
However, Sun is planning not just one, but three new offerings in
the overall desktop space.
"'We'll probably move Project Looking Glass into products over
the next 12 to 18 months,' predicted Peter Ulander, Sun's director
of marketing for Desktop Solutions, during an interview. About
three to six months from now, though, Sun expects to release the
Java Desktop Environment (JDE) 2.
"Meanwhile, somewhere between these other two time frames, Sun
will ship the first Linux thin client software for its server-based
Sun Ray technology..."