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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


"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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