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SUN UNVEILS SUN FIRE V880z VISUALIZATION SYSTEM; VIRTUAL EALITY 3D GRAPHICS AT UNREAL PRICES Workgroup Visualization System Delivers Four Times the Geometry Performance of SGI Infinite-Reality Systems At Half the Cost SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) today announced the Sun Fire[tm] V880z visualization system, Sun's first workgroup system powered by Solaris[tm] and the new high-end Sun XVR-4000 graphics accelerator. The new system combines advanced 3D graphics features with a Solaris-based Sun Fire V880 server, providing a high-end visualization system in a compact form-factor, at less than half the price of competitor systems. Designed to power high-end 3D applications, the new system's advanced capabilities and aggressive price points are targeted across several industries, including automotive manufacturing, aerospace design, oil and gas exploration, and medical research. Läs mer på www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/2003-02/sunflash.20030210.7.html SUN'S NEW ENTRY-LEVEL STORAGE DELIVERS INDUSTRY-BEATING DENSITY AND VALUE New Sun StorEdge[tm] Products - 3510 FC, 3310 NAS, L8 Autoloader and SDLT 320 - Deliver Increased Density, Performance and Manageability at Value Price Points SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- February 10, 2003 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) announced today the addition of the value- priced Sun StorEdge[tm] 3510 Fiber Channel (FC) array and 3310 NAS product that provide best-in-class storage density, more standard ports for increased configurability, NEBS certification, and Mil-Spec compliance for broader flexibility in installation. "Sun continues to set the pace in the industry for open standards, density and price performance," said Mark Canepa, executive vice president of Sun Network Storage. "The 3510 FC array supports 1024 LUNs and eight ports, more than four times what Dell offers for the same price point. Sun Fire[tm] Blade Platform customers will benefit from the 3310 NAS solution, the first ultra-dense storage solution optimized for blade environments. Best of all, customers will be able to manage their storage in an N1 virtualized and automated environment." Both new products provide a common GUI interface that enables consistent storage management across all arrays in the Sun StorEdge 3000 family. This simplifies management and speeds implementation to minutes vs. hours. In support of multi- platform environments, the Sun StorEdge 3000 family of products supports the Solaris[tm] Operating Environment, and the Windows, Linux, HP/UX and IBM AIX operating systems. Läs mer på www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/2003-02/sunflash.20030210.6.html SUN POWERS UP PERFORMANCE OF MIDRANGE AND HIGH-END SYSTEMS; DRIVES DOWN DATA CENTER COSTS Sun Delivers Major Price/Performance Boost of 25 to 35 Percent SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- February 10, 2003 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) today announced a broad range of price and performance enhancements across its midrange and high-end, Solaris[tm] based Sun Fire[tm] system line, driving down total cost of ownership (TCO). In addition to continued SPARC® processor innovation, Sun announced reductions on U.S. list prices across its midrange and high-end Solaris systems- including the Sun Fire 4800, 6800, 12K and 15K servers- resulting in 25 to 35 percent price/performance improvements on most customer configurations. Läs mer på http://www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/2003-02/sunflash.20030210.4.html NEW SUN FIRE[tm] V1280 SYSTEM DELIVERS ENTERPRISE-CLASS AVAILABILITY AND SCALABILITY AT ENTRY SERVER PRICES Ideal System for Mainframe Rehosting, Wintel Server Consolidation SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- February 10, 2003 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) today unveiled the Sun Fire[tm] V1280 system - the industry's first rack-optimized 12-way system to deliver enterprise-class availability and scalability at entry- level prices. Unlike competitor servers in its price range, the Sun Fire V1280 system delivers advanced availability, including Sun's proven Dynamic Reconfiguration technology and hot- swappable CPU/ memory boards. With the largest memory of virtually any 12-way system in its class, the Sun Fire V1280 system is ideal for a wide range of applications including mainframe rehosting, Wintel server consolidation and high performance technical computing (HPTC). The new rack-optimized 12-way system undercuts competitors' three-year acquisition cost for hardware, software, and support prices by over 15 percent.¹ Läs mer på http://www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/2003-02/sunflash.20030210.3.html SUN SHIPS INDUSTRY'S FIRST MULTI-ARCHITECTURE BLADE PLATFORM WITH N1 VIRTUALIZATION FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY AND EFFICIENCY SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- February 10, 2003 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) announced today a new solution for network computing - the Sun Fire[tm] Blade Platform, and the industry's first blade virtualization solution. Designed from the ground up as the first multi-architecture blade offering, the Sun Fire Blade Platform is the only blade system enabling customers to mix, match and manage Solaris[tm] and Linux operating systems, SPARC® and x86 architectures and special function blades in the same chassis. Sun's first N1 software product, the N1 Provisioning Server 3.0 Blades Edition, also serves as the platform's management environment, enabling IT administrators to manage 20 times the number of servers and slash server farm deployment time from days or weeks to under an hour. Läs mer på http://www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/2003-02/sunflash.20030210.2.html SUN UNVEILS FIRST N1 PRODUCTS AND SERVICES FOR VIRTUALIZING NETWORK COMPUTING ELEMENTS Cingular Wireless Deploys N1 Technology to Simplify Data Center, Increase Utilization and Reduce Costs SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- February 10, 2003 -- Today, Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) announced a comprehensive suite of products, programs and services that deliver on its N1 vision for network computing. N1, Sun's multi-platform, multi- vendor operating environment for network computing, virtualizes widely distributed network computing resources and elements (servers, storage, software and networking) and enables them to dynamically operate as a single, powerful network computer. Sun's N1 Provisioning Server 3.0 Blades Edition is the industry's first blade virtualization solution and can reduce deployment time from weeks to hours. Sun also announced that Cingular Wireless, the first of several pilot customers, is deploying N1 technology in the company's Alpharetta, Ga. data center to increase efficiencies and save money. Läs mer på http://www.sun.com/smi/Press/sunflash/2003-02/sunflash.20030210.10.html NEW SERVICES FROM SUN SPEED THE DEPLOYMENT OF NETWORK COMPUTING ELEMENTS, PAVE THE WAY TO THE N1 DATA CENTER New Offerings from Sun Services Accelerate the Benefits of Network Computing 03 for Customers SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- February 10, 2003 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) today announced new services that will assist customers to deploy and manage the new Sun Fire[tm] Blade Platform and N1 architectures, putting them on a course towards assembling network computing elements into N1 environments. N1, Sun's multi-platform, multi-vendor operating environment for network computing, virtualizes widely distributed network computing resources and elements (servers, storage, software and networking) and enables them to dynamically operate as a single, powerful network computer. Sun also announced key services to help customers improve system availability, drive down total costs and reduce the complexity involved in modern data center operations. 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