Sun's N1 Software Strategy on Target with CenterRun Acquisition

8/22/2003 - Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW) announced that it has completed the acquisition of CenterRun, Inc., a privately-held company based in Redwood City, California. CenterRun provides software that enables customers to rapidly provision, track and update their networked application services across many network devices in an effort to minimize costs and maximize availability and business advantage.

CenterRun's technology further solidifies Sun's N1 product and services roadmap, and when combined with the N1 Provisioning Server, will enable customers to operate data centers in a highly efficient and highly flexible manner. CenterRun is now part of Sun's Software organization under the leadership of Jonathan Schwartz, executive vice president, Software.

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