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Sun Microsystems has unveiled new Sun Fire and Sun Blade systems powered by AMD Quad-Core Opteron processors.
 
Sun's 'macrochips' to extend Moore's Law 
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Sun Microsystems addresses critical Java flaws 
By Jim Carr | Mar 10, 2008 | Comment Now 
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