[ Thanks to Mark
Brunelli for these links. ]
From Part 1:
“Following years of steadily losing ground to its competitors in
the distributed computing world, Sun Microsystems Inc. is hoping
its newly announced line of servers–code-named Galaxy–will help
it regain some of its former prominence.
“Announced yesterday, Sun’s new servers are powered by Advanced
Micro Devices’ Opteron processors and have dual-core capabilities.
The new family of x64 servers run from one-way, low-end boxes (the
Sun Fire X2100) to two-socket, four-way machines (Sun Fire X4100
and X4200). Looking ahead to next year, Sun plans to expand the
line to include an eight-socket, 16-way machine…”
Complete Story (Part 1)
Complete Story (Part 2)
News: Sun Extends Olive Branch to Red Hat(Sep 13, 2005)