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At a New York press event unveiling a T1 chip-based server line, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy explains why the information age is history and how consumers are interacting with the Web more than ever.
At a press event in New York, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy and Sun Executive Vice President David Yen unveil the Sun Fire T2000 and T1000 servers, which use the UltraSparc T1 processor. Yen explains how the chip is innovative and socially responsible.
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
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 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 event, Sun CEO Scott McNealy reveals the\r\nlatest version of the Solaris operating system, Solaris 10. McNealy\r\ntalks about the significance of the new operating system and how it fits\r\ninto the company's overall software strategy.
CNET looks back at Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy's past gibes at Microsoft, in the wake of an era of cooperation with the software giant.
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.
Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer answer questions at a press conference in San Francisco on newly formed agreements over antitrust issues, patents and technical collaboration.
At a press conference in San Francisco, Sun's Scott McNealy and Oracle's Larry Ellison talk about their plans to bundle database software from Oracle on low-end servers from Sun.