Sun OpenSolaris expands to laptops and data centers

Sun Microsystems is moving its open source OpenSolaris operating system in directions ranging from large data centers to Toshiba laptops, according to Charlie Boyle, director of Solaris marketing. As a result, OpenSolaris 2008.11, a release available free of charge, brings major innovations in a couple of areas, according to Boyle. We've seen a number of […]

Sun Microsystems is moving its open source OpenSolaris operating system in directions ranging from large data centers to Toshiba laptops, according to Charlie Boyle, director of Solaris marketing. As a result, OpenSolaris 2008.11, a release available free of charge, brings major innovations in a couple of areas, according to Boyle. We've seen a number of customers start to deploy OpenSolaris in production, so we've added new functionality for the data center.

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