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Sun one step away from 'most advanced product' launch

Sun one step away from 'most advanced product' launch

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 13, 2001


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Sun Microsystems will next week take the penultimate step in its UltraSPARC III strategy, with the launch of Unix midframe multiprocessor systems, based on the new 64-bit processor.

The UltraSPARC III is Sun's most advanced chip and phase one of the rollout saw it start appearing in workstations and low-end servers last November. A 900mhz version of the copper-based UltraSPARC III is expected to be used in the new servers which are to be unveiled on 21 March. Sun Microsystems will next week take the penultimate step in its UltraSPARC III strategy, with the launch of Unix midframe multiprocessor systems, based on the new 64-bit processor.

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