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January 21, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:37pm


By CBR Staff Writer

The strict requirements and high standards demanded by the telecommunications industry mean that Sun Microsystems Inc’s fault-tolerant system and software technology stream which was developed at its UK Integrated Micro Products Ltd acquisition (CI No 2,891) will only bubble to the surface slowly. From Integrated Micro Products’ development group in Slough, UK, and the brand new manufacturing plant in Newcastle-uponTyne will emerge 64-bit UltraSparc versions of the current 32-bit Sparc-based IMP servers, along with software and hardware technologies that are feeding future Ultra Enterprise servers that are now being readied by Sun’s enterprise server group, as well as by the company’s workgroup server division on the East coast of the US. Sun also intends to target additional vertical markets with the systems, the first of which will be the financial community.

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