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Sun ONE Web Server 6.1 - free trial

Sun released its ONE Webserver 6.1 for Solaris x86. For evaluation period of 60 days it can be downloaded from: Sun Download Center

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Posted 2003-10-15, 12:17 GMT by Mariusz Zynel

Sun to release Solaris for AMD's Opteron

Solaris, Sun's version of Unix, already runs on 32-bit "x86" processors including AMD's Athlon and Intel's Xeon. But Sun also will release a version in 2004 that will take advantage of the 64-bit extensions that make Opteron different from those other chips, Sun software chief Jonathan Schwartz told reporters in a meeting here Thursday.

Sun made the decision because of the speed that software shows on Opteron, Schwartz said. "It is highly performant on the systems we've looked at now," he said.

A test version of Solaris for Opteron is scheduled to arrive in the first quarter of 2004, with the final version later in the year, Schwartz said.

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Posted 2003-10-10, 15:20 GMT by Mariusz Zynel

Customers Choose Sun's Solaris(TM) X86 Operating System for Superior Performance and IT Costs Savings

Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW - News) today announced more than 300,000 registered licenses of the Solaris(TM) 9 Operating System (OS) (x86 Platform Edition). This volume attests to a surge in customer demand for the secure, reliable and highly performant Solaris OS on a variety of x86 systems, setting the foundation for continued growth and interest in Sun's Java Enterprise System. GetMore Securities, Gracenote, Maya Online, the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research and Tellme Networks, Inc. are among a growing list of customers and partners from key industries such as telecommunications, entertainment and finance who are already taking advantage of the feature-rich Solaris OS x86 platform.

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Posted 2003-10-10, 15:18 GMT by Mariusz Zynel

Code Forge, Inc has released CodeForge IDE v3.5 for Solaris x86!

Code Forge, Inc has released the v3.5 of its Code Forge multi-platform/multi-language Integrated Development Environment for Solaris x86.

New features include:

  • Integrated debugger
  • FTP (SFTP) Support at project and file level.
  • SoftIntegration Ch script language support.
  • Many user-interface a minor functionality improvements.

Code Forge, Inc has been supplying the Unix development community with programming tools since early 1997. The Code Forge IDE supports many innovative and industry-leading features:

  • GUI Makefile builder
  • 30+ programming languages
  • Graphical configuration of all free and commercial compilers.
  • Completely transparent handling of revision control for CVS, SCCS,
  • Microsoft Visual Source Safe, Bitkeeper, Perforce.
  • Project-wide revision-control-aware search/replace tool.
  • Integrated debugger
  • "Hands-off" auto indentation - the only programmer's editor in the industry that keeps the entire source file properly indented with each keystroke.
  • GUI management of repositories for all supported types of revision control.
  • Available for all major Unix-type operating systems including QNX.
  • And much more!

Prices are $75 for a private version, $300 for the Professional version, $5000 for Enterprise version (site-wide unlimited license/platform) and $1000 for an unlimited University license. Educational and government discounts are available. A 30-day evaluation version is available for all architectures on our web site. Please visit us at Code Forge, Inc

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Posted 2003-10-07, 18:06 GMT by Yuri Mironoff

Sun and AMD to Deliver New Java(TM) Desktop Client for the Enterprise

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW - News) today announced support of the Java(TM) Desktop System on the AMD Athlon 64 processor, leveraging the momentum of Sun's Java Desktop System and fulfilling customer demand for an alternative desktop. Sun will provide both 32- and 64-bit Java Desktop System support for the AMD Athlon 64 processor recently announced in San Francisco. Customers in areas such as manufacturing, call centers and governments will benefit from the system's increased processing and memory power, and enhanced ability to process mixed and digital media as well as graphics-intensive computing.

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Posted 2003-09-27, 13:18 GMT by Mariusz Zynel

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