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Sun Shines Again

Sun Microsystems is a landmark story of guts, spunk and survival. Let's face it: Solaris has taken a beating from Linux and Windows Server, SPARC is now marginalized by Intel and AMD, and the idea of network computers like the Sun Ray is about as welcome as Larry the Cable Guy at a New York City Debutante Ball.

But Sun has not just survived -- it's even prospering, reporting $126 million in profits for the latest quarter.

Posted by Doug Barney on 01/29/2007 at 1:15 PM


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