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   Sun, Microsoft to unveil Phase one of partnership
 Sun links ISVs with enhanced iForce program
 DVD players, LCD screens driving digital TV adoption
 Claflin calls Cisco technology ‘old, tired’
 Microsoft plans Express editions of SQL Server, Visual Studio

 
 
 

Sun, Microsoft to unveil Phase one of partnership
Sun and Microsoft plan to detail Phase One of their historic partnership in late summer [US], Sun chairman and CEO Scott McNealy said this week at JavaOne. More...

Sun links ISVs with enhanced iForce program
Sun Microsystems has beefed up its iForce program for ISV partners in Australia and New Zealand with co-marketing and co-sales support. More...

DVD players, LCD screens driving digital TV adoption
High-quality LCD and plasma screens capable of showing crisp, vivid images, coupled with the popularity of DVD players, are coaxing a growing number of consumers to buy digital televisions, a market research firm said this week. More...

Claflin calls Cisco technology ‘old, tired’
3Com's top executive marked the networking vendor's 25th year in business Wednesday with a promise to empower partners to aggressively go after enterprise business and what he dubbed Cisco System's ‘great vulnerabilities.’ More...

Microsoft plans Express editions of SQL Server, Visual Studio
Microsoft is working on new, scaled-down versions of its upcoming Visual Studio 2005 languages and SQL Server 2005 offerings for enthusiasts, hobbyists and students. More...

 
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