Two on Sun Java Desktop Moves
Apr 22, 2004, 17:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Juan Carlos Perez, Peter Galli)
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InfoWorld: Sun Desktop Wares Lure OEMs
"Sun Microsystems Inc. has exceeded its own expectations by
signing 21 original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for several
products the company offers as alternatives to Microsoft Corp.
desktop software, Sun announced Thursday at the Desktop Linux
Summit in San Diego.
"The OEM deals, with companies such as Tadpole Computer Inc. and
Taiwan-based Nature Worldwide Technology Corp., are for such Sun
products as the Java Desktop System..."
eWeek: Sun's Second Java Desktop System Slated for May
"Sun Microsystems Inc. on Thursday will use the Desktop Linux
Summit in San Diego to announce that the second version of its Java
Desktop System will be generally available in the first week of
"Curtis Sasaki, Sun's vice president of desktop solutions, told
eWEEK in an interview Wednesday, ahead of the summit, that among
the key advances in version 2.0 are management capabilities that
allow enterprises to fine-grain and remotely set up the