Friday Oct 23, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review

Catch up on Sun news this week by listening to the short podcast below in which Chhandomay Mandal and Maijaliisa Burkert discuss Sun's top spot in tape storage automation revenue for the first half of 2009, as well as an eWeek article discussing Sun's Solaris Operating System's optimization for Intel Nehalem processors.

Thursday Sep 18, 2008

Sun Tech Days Welcomes Intel

Sean Maloney
Yesterday, we
announced the dates & locations for the 2008-2009 Sun Tech Days worldwide developer conferences. Sun Tech Days is a 13-city world tour designed to showcase how developers can leverage Sun technologies, services and products to drive the next generation of industry innovation.

Tech Days will kick off later this month - Sept 29-Oct 1 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

A very cool update about the Brazil event is that Intel is a platinum sponsor & Sean Maloney, executive vice president of Intel Corporation and chief sales and marketing officer will be doing a keynote on Sept 30th.

Mr. Maloney will be speaking about some of the new opportunities for developers, how the market in Brazil has grown (and continues to grow) and also provide attendees with updates about the Sun and Intel collaboration and how the companies are working together to provide developers with the tools they need to help drive technological innovation.

Intel is an active participant in the OpenSolaris community & and Intel is also giving a technical session “Optimizing Open Solaris for Xeon” featured in Solaris track at Tech Days Brazil, on Sept. 29th. Jim Grizanzio, senior program manager on the Sun OpenSolaris team, has done a post highlighting more about Intel's participation at Tech Days & their involvement in OpenSolaris.

For the latest news on Sun Tech Days, our press kit is located here.

Wednesday Sep 19, 2007

Fowler Talks Solaris Virtualization at IDF, Previews Intel-based Sun Server

Sun Systems EVP John Fowler took the stage yesterday as part of
Pat Gelsinger's keynote at Intel Developer Forum, talking about the
virtualization capabilities in Solaris (they're available at NO COST)
and providing a general update on the progress the two companies have
made since the announcement of their alliance in January '07.
The Webcast replay is available here.

 

Fowler previewed a soon-to-be-announced Intel-based Sun system
and showed a quick demo. If you look closely at the first pic in this entry,
you'll notice the Sun system is hmh, what, half the size of the others?

 

That Sun server can run Solaris, Windows (you saw last week's
announcement here), Linux or VMware.

IDF runs through Thursday at Moscone West in San Francisco.

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