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NBN Co to expand access, identity systems

NBN Co to expand access, identity systems

Signs contract worth more than $2m.
Oct 19 2012 7:00AM
Google's mobile head not fit for Java talks

Google's mobile head not fit for Java talks

Rubin may report to Larry, but he's no Larry.
Sep 9 2011 6:26AM
Java founder leaves Google for deep blue

Java founder leaves Google for deep blue

James Gosling dives into unmanned ocean vehicles.
Sep 1 2011 12:06AM
Jim Hassell joins NBN Co

Jim Hassell joins NBN Co

Product development and sales role.
May 24 2010 6:47PM
Silver medal drives spike on Olympics site

Silver medal drives spike on Olympics site

Local virtual server farm stays up.
Feb 15 2010 3:11PM
Sun server sales hit the skids

Sun server sales hit the skids

Vendors take advantage of Oracle buy delays.
Dec 1 2009 2:06PM
Australia's fastest supercomputer unveiled in Canberra

Australia's fastest supercomputer unveiled in Canberra

1,200 percent more powerful than predecessor.
Nov 16 2009 2:04PM
Researchers find large-scale XML library flaws

Researchers find large-scale XML library flaws

Sun Microsystems, Apache and Python vulnerable.
Aug 6 2009 11:07AM
Vulnerability detected in Sun Microsystem's communications and collaboration application

Vulnerability detected in Sun Microsystem's communications and collaboration application

A vulnerability has been detected in Sun Microsystem's java system communications express web-based collaboration application.
May 26 2009 9:58AM
Top ten predictions from the Oracle-Sun merger

Top ten predictions from the Oracle-Sun merger

Oracle is expected to exit hardware businesses, cut staff, exit open source and focus on Java, MySQL and Solaris as part of its US$7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Apr 22 2009 6:24AM
Hostworks lands Jetstar win and former Sun MD

Hostworks lands Jetstar win and former Sun MD

Former Sun Microsystems Australia boss Jim Hassell has been named as interim CEO at Hostworks after the departure of founder Marty Gauvin.
Apr 9 2009 2:25PM
IBM/Sun Microsystems deal breaks down

IBM/Sun Microsystems deal breaks down

Talks between IBM and Sun Microsystems over a possible merger are reported to have broken down after the two IT giants failed to agree terms.
Apr 7 2009 5:48AM
Opinion: Now is not the time to lose faith in R&D

Opinion: Now is not the time to lose faith in R&D

If regulators get the better of innovators, it will only serve to prolong the recession.
Mar 26 2009 12:58PM
Sun warns of new security holes

Sun warns of new security holes

Sun is advising administrators to updater their software after a vulnerability was detected in the company's Java System Identity Manager software.
Mar 24 2009 3:05PM
Sun bundles drive virtualisation into SMB market

Sun bundles drive virtualisation into SMB market

Sun Microsystems has created two hardware and software bundles as part of an initiative to drive server virtualisation downstream into the SMB space.
Jan 19 2009 2:34PM
Q & A – Sun Microsystems CIO Bob Worrall

Q & A – Sun Microsystems CIO Bob Worrall

On the data centre challenges facing IT managers, why IT service provision is changing and what problems will it present to IT managers
Dec 22 2008 5:10PM
Sun Microsystems to lay off 6000 staff

Sun Microsystems to lay off 6000 staff

Server system seller Sun Microsystems has admitted massive restructuring is underway and that some 6,000 of its employees will be laid off.
Nov 15 2008 10:23AM
Sun Microsystems slumps to US$1.68bn loss

Sun Microsystems slumps to US$1.68bn loss

Sun Microsystems has posted a first quarter net loss of US$1.68bn, compared to an US$89m profit in the same period last year, as the supplier feels the bite of the global financial crisis
Nov 1 2008 9:57AM
Sun Microsystems boosts its Fire and Blade systems

Sun Microsystems boosts its Fire and Blade systems

Sun Microsystems has unveiled new Sun Fire and Sun Blade systems powered by AMD Quad-Core Opteron processors.
May 15 2008 3:18PM
Sun's 'macrochips' to extend Moore's Law

Sun's 'macrochips' to extend Moore's Law

Forget the shrinking size of conventional electronic components -- bigger is better in a new computer chip design that could yield low-cost supercomputing.
Mar 25 2008 4:46PM

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