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  2. Sun Microsystems - Wikipedia

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    Sun Microsystems, Inc. ( Sun for short) was an American technology company that sold computers, computer components, software, and information technology services and created the Java programming language, the Solaris operating system, ZFS, the Network File System (NFS), and SPARC microprocessors.

  3. Sun Microsystems, Inc. | American company | Britannica

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    Andreas Bechtolsheim, William Joy, Vinod Khosla, and Scott McNealy founded Sun Microsystems, Inc., in 1982 for the purpose of selling low-cost high-performance desktop computers running the UNIX operating system. Those computer workstations found immediate acceptance among engineers, software developers, and scientists who benefited from having dedicated machines rather than sharing more expensive minicomputers or mainframe computer systems.

  4. Sun Microsystems | LinkedIn

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    Sun Microsystems, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oracle Corporation. Oracle Corporation, an enterprise software company, engages in the development, manufacture, distribution, servicing, and ...

  5. Sun Microsystems: A Look Back at a Tech Company Ahead of its Time

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    Sun Microsystems: A Look Back at a Tech Company Ahead of its Time. A look back at the history of Sun MIcrosystems, with its CEO Scott McNealy. Oct 13th, 2019 6:00am by David Cassel. Sun Microsystems is a Silicon Valley legend. Ten years after it was acquired by Oracle, the company’s past employees still have fond feelings for their former home — and a historic reunion happened two weeks ago at the Hyatt Regency by the San Francisco airport.

  6. Acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle Corporation

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    January 27, 2010. The acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle Corporation was completed on January 27, 2010. [1] After the acquisition was completed, Oracle, only a software vendor prior to the merger, owned Sun's hardware product lines, such as SPARC Enterprise, as well as Sun's software product lines, including the Java programming language. Concerns about Sun's position as a competitor to Oracle were raised by antitrust regulators, open source advocates, customers, and employees over ...

  7. Oracle Buys Sun

    www.oracle.com/corporate/pressrelease/oracle-buys-sun-042009.html

    Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAVA) develops the technologies that power the global marketplace. Guided by a singular vision -- "The Network is the Computer" -- Sun drives network participation through shared innovation, community development and open source leadership. Sun can be found in more than 100 countries and on the Web at http://www.sun.com. About Oracle

  8. Hardware | Oracle

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    Easy integration with Oracle’s public cloud. Built-in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) integrations make it easy for organizations to develop and deploy cloud native applications across OCI and customer data centers, store data in the public cloud, and simplify both data protection and cloud migrations.

  9. The downfall of Sun Microsystems | Network World

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    Sun's Sparc servers with the Solaris operating system were snatched up by dot-com start-ups because of their stability and flexibility in deploying various applications at affordable prices, King...

  10. Sun Microsystems - Javatpoint

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    Sun Microsystems was an American company. Sun was endowed in Feburary, 1982. There were several Sun headquarters located in Santa Clara, California. The founders of Sun were Vinod Khosla, Andy Bechtolsheim, Bill Joy, and Scott McNealy. It had nearly thirty nine thousand employees by the year 2006.

  11. When Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle in 2010, it marked the end of one of the pioneering hardware and software developers of the past thirty years, whose contributions included a powerful desktop workstation and the Java programming language. Sun (Stanford University Network) began as a tiny Silicon Valley startup in 1982.