Face to Face Exclusive: McNealy sets Sun's Q2 course Video
In an exclusive Face to Face interview with ZDNet's Dan Farber and News.com's Michael Kanellos, Scott McNealy blames jet lag for his recent jab at Microsoft and says that no software is more interoperable with Microsoft products than Sun's.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview with ZDNet's Dan Farber and News.com's Michael Kanellos, Scott McNealy says Sun is doubling down on Solaris and embracing Linux, but the real battle is the Java vs. Net fight for the hearts and minds of developers.
Scott McNealy took the stage on the last day of JavaOne to highlight Sun's mission to eliminate the digital divide--and joke about not being CEO. He said that Java, thin clients and Web services are the answer. McNealy says he plans to talk to governments around the world and sell a lot of Sun products and infrastructure services.
At OracleWorld in San Francisco, Sun CEO Scott McNealy takes on the competition, touting Java, open-source systems and upcoming low-cost infrastructure software announcements.
At a New York press event unveiling a T1 chip-based server line, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy explains how his company lost market share, but is bouncing back.
Sun's Chairman Scott McNealy was back at Stanford where his company began. With him was Andy Bechtolsheim, Sun Chief Archietc of Systems. The June 20 event was the opening of a digitally enhanced earth science lab.
At the JavaOne conference in San Francisco, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy responds to criticism that Sun is losing control of its stewardship of Java, insisting that his company is "rock solid" and "not going anywhere."
At a news conference in San Francisco, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy unveils a new line of enterprise blade servers and a new business approach that he hopes will streamline the way customers choose, purchase and service their computer networks.
At Sun Microsystems' quarterly launch event, Scott McNealy announces the company's intentions to buy server designer start-up Kealia. He also welcomes back a Kealia employee, Sun co-founder and first employee Andy Bechtolsheim, who will return to the company in a new role.
At Comdex 2003 in Las Vegas, Sun's Scott McNealy brings AMD's Hector Ruiz on stage to tout a new partnership as AMD unveils three new 64-bit Opteron processors for servers.