"On Sept. 21, the Mountain View, Calif.-based company will hold
a press conference in New York to show how various financial firms
have begun to conduct trials with Solaris 10, the next version of
its flagship operating system, and to install Sun's Opteron-based
"Hewlett-Packard--which recently reported lower-than-expected
sales in its server and storage group--and Linux developer Red Hat
will be the targets of much of Sun's activity..."