6/17/2002 - Education organizations around the world are turning to Linux-based server appliances from Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) to help them easily deploy and manage educational services accessed through the Internet or broadband networks. Schools, districts, educational content companies and those providing Internet infrastructure for schools are finding that Sun Cobalt[tm] appliances are saving time, money and administration hassles when it comes to delivering administrative and educational applications. "Sun Cobalt server appliances are ideal for the education market where low- and even no-maintenance is king," said Peder Ulander, director of marketing for Sun Cobalt. "Our products provide virtually all the network services they need right out of the box, making the delivery of education content and applications as easy as possible. Installation is a breeze with auto-configuration features, pre-installed applications, and an intuitive graphical user interface. The education market is intensely focused on lowering expenses and Sun Cobalt delivers the reliability, ease of management, and simplicity required to drive down costs."
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