Sun Leads Unix Server Market, Increases Market Share Against All OS

9/19/2003 - Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) announced that quarter-to-quarter (Q/Q), Sun outperformed the overall UNIX server market in both unit and vendor revenue growth, and maintained its position as the worldwide leader in both categories, according to the 2Q03 Worldwide Server Database by Gartner Dataquest released recently. The company's performance also resulted in growth in the overall OS category.

"This year we've taken steps to realign our product mix and deliver the integrated, open, low-cost solutions that customers are demanding," said Larry Singer, Sun's senior vice president, global market strategies. "This is paying off with a positive movement over the past six months. And with the new solutions we'll announce at next week's Sun Network conference in San Francisco, Sun will continue along the path of delivering innovative products that reduce customer cost and complexity."

Other specific performance metrics for Sun include:

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