Sun Reveals Agenda for SunNetwork Conference in Shanghai

5/12/2004 - Sun Microsystems, Inc. announced the agenda and opened registration for its SunNetwork Conference, June 2-3, 2004, scheduled to be held at the International Convention Center in Shanghai, PRC. The conference promises to be one of the most in-depth Sun technology programs ever presented in Asia Pacific, with a compelling agenda that includes executive keynotes, product demonstrations of emerging innovations and more than 100 break out sessions for customers and partners.

"SunNetwork Shanghai 2004 is Sun's largest and most important event in the region," said Anil Gadre, Sun's Chief Marketing Officer. "We are looking forward to showcasing Sun's new technologies and innovative services and solutions delivery models while getting connected with our customers, developers and users. Its a great venue for sharing our thought leadership and collaborating on critical network computing topics."

SunNetwork Shanghai's agenda will include:

Thousands of attendees from across Asia Pacific will hear how Sun can make the net work for them. Asia Pacific is home to some of the world's most vibrant economies and Sun is committed to serving the needs of businesses within the region and turning innovation into value for customers.

For more information to get connected to Sun's SunNetwork Conference please visit

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