9/19/2003 - Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW) announced more game-changing moves to slash computing cost and complexity for customers as part of its third quarterly Network Computing 03 (NC03Q3) product launch. At the SunNetwork[sm] Conference in San Francisco, the company rolled out the balance of 30 new products and services - from desktop to data center systems - resulting from Sun's $500 million quarterly investment in R&D innovation.
"We're slashing cost and complexity from all levels of the IT lifecycle to help our customers build, run and evolve their Network Computing infrastructure," said Mark Tolliver, executive vice president of Marketing and Strategy and chief strategy officer with Sun.
Building on the announcement of a radical new approach to software with the Sun Java[tm] System on Wednesday, Sun announced:
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