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Sun to Reveal Cobalt Strategy Tomorrow

Sun to Reveal Cobalt Strategy Tomorrow

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jan 16, 2001


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"Last September, Sun Microsystems was poised to replace Linux on Sun's soon-to-be-acquired Cobalt Server appliances with its own Solaris operating system. But some preliminary information coming out before a press conference scheduled for tomorrow is revealing that Linux is not out of the Cobalt picture yet. " Last September, Sun Microsystems was poised to replace Linux on Sun's soon-to-be-acquired Cobalt Server appliances with its own Solaris operating system. But some preliminary information coming out before a press conference scheduled for tomorrow is revealing that Linux is not out of the Cobalt picture yet.

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