June 18, 2002

Sun's 'Big Bear' Linux server to appear in August

InfoWorld: "Sun Microsystems will announce its controversial Linux server, code-named Big Bear, this August at the LinuxWorld conference, showing a dual-processor system that runs on chips from rival Intel, according to sources familiar with the company's plans. The Sun server, to be officially named Cobalt LX50, is the company's first general-purpose server to run Sun Linux and could be attractive to customers looking for a system to handle tasks such as e-mail, file and media serving."


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