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February 7, 1999


By CBR Staff Writer

Sun CEO Scott McNealy, able as always to spot a PR opportunity, let slip the name ‘Corona’ to analysts last week, and allowed himself to be gently chastised by his publicity department. Corona is the new thin-client JavaStation which is due to be released sometime in the next several months, and which, he says, has a subtly different architecture to the current JavaStation. McNealy acknowledged that even Sun engineers are fallible and that the first Javastation wasn’t very good but he said the second is very good. He provided no other details of the low- cost machine, other than to say he had one installed on his desk and was dying to go and try it.

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