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ESPN
No. 1 amateur McNealy weighing up his optionslooking in. To those who know McNealy best, it came as no surprise that the so
No. 1 amateur McNealy weighing up his options
ESPN / Posted 8 hours ago
looking in. To those who know McNealy best, it came as no surprise that the son of Scott McNealy, the co-founder of Sun Microsystems, was considering foregoing a professional golf career to pursue opportunities within the business world. Not... Read more
20h
Stamford Advocate
I played table tennis against a 16-old American Olympian — and I was not prepared for what he was about to throw at me.His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jerse
I played table tennis against a 16-old American Olympian — and I was not prepared for what he was about to throw at me.
Stamford Advocate / Posted 20 hours ago
His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jersey from northern California — worked at Sun Microsystems before switching careers to specialize in hypnotherapy and reiki alternative-healing techniques. Kanak... Read more
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Connecticut Post
I played table tennis against a 16-old American Olympian — and I was not prepared for what he was about to throw at me.His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jerse
I played table tennis against a 16-old American Olympian — and I was not prepared for what he was about to throw at me.
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 hours ago
His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jersey from northern California — worked at Sun Microsystems before switching careers to specialize in hypnotherapy and reiki alternative-healing techniques. Kanak... Read more
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21h
San Francisco Chronicle
I played table tennis against a 16-old American Olympian — and I was not prepared for what he was about to throw at me.His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jerse
I played table tennis against a 16-old American Olympian — and I was not prepared for what he was about to throw at me.
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 21 hours ago
His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jersey from northern California — worked at Sun Microsystems before switching careers to specialize in hypnotherapy and reiki alternative-healing techniques. Kanak... Read more
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Fortune
How AT&T and Verizon Are Cutting Costs by Mimicking Cloud Data Centersvice president of networking and innovation Shawn Hakl won’t name names, but he
How AT&T and Verizon Are Cutting Costs by Mimicking Cloud Data Centers
Fortune / Posted 2 days ago
vice president of networking and innovation Shawn Hakl won’t name names, but he thinks some suppliers could end up like Sun Microsystems, which sold computer servers rendered largely irrelevant by the virtualization of the data center. “SDN in... Read more
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techcentral.ie
A new and different arms racein this space came from Fujitsu. One of the only other licensees of the SPARC
A new and different arms race
techcentral.ie / Posted 3 days ago
in this space came from Fujitsu. One of the only other licensees of the SPARC architecture, so long the heart of Sun Microsystems and later Oracle servers, Fujitsu said that it would drop the SPARC architecture for an ARM-based one in its... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Decision Time for Stanford Golfer: Go Pro or Stay in School?Yet he finds himself conflicted about his future. "Obviously, golf's a big unc
Decision Time for Stanford Golfer: Go Pro or Stay in School?
NBC Bay Area / Posted 5 days ago
Yet he finds himself conflicted about his future. "Obviously, golf's a big uncertainty," said McNealy, the eldest son of Sun Microsystems co-founder Scott McNealy. "I don't know how I'll be playing. I don't know what opportunities I will have.... Read more
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Business Standard India
President Donald Trump will be disaster for innovation, says open letter from 140 tech leadersthe prominent Indian-Americans who have signed the letter are Vinod Khosla, fou
President Donald Trump will be disaster for innovation, says open letter from 140 tech leaders
Business Standard India / Posted 9 days ago
the prominent Indian-Americans who have signed the letter are Vinod Khosla, founder, Khosla Ventures; and co-founder, SUN Microsystems; Aneesh Chopra, President, NavHealth; and former US CTO, Sujay Jaswa, Former CFO, Dropbox and Niti Bashambu,... Read more
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The Economic Times
Donald Trump, if elected US President, will be disaster for innovation: Tech expertsthe prominent Indian-Americans who have signed the letter are Vinod Khosla, fou
Donald Trump, if elected US President, will be disaster for innovation: Tech experts
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
the prominent Indian-Americans who have signed the letter are Vinod Khosla, founder, Khosla Ventures; and co-founder, SUN Microsystems; Aneesh Chopra, President, NavHealth; and former US CTO, Sujay Jaswa, Former CFO, Dropbox and Niti Bashambu,... Read more
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CIO
Trump would be a 'disaster for innovation,' say Silicon Valley execsOmidyar, the founder of eBay; Ev Williams, co-founder of Twitter and founder of
Trump would be a 'disaster for innovation,' say Silicon Valley execs
CIO / Posted 9 days ago
Omidyar, the founder of eBay; Ev Williams, co-founder of Twitter and founder of Medium; Vinod Khosla, a co-founder of Sun Microsystems; and Reed Hundt, former chairman of the FCC. Noting that 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were founded... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Trump would be a 'disaster for innovation,' say Silicon Valley execsOmidyar, the founder of eBay; Ev Williams, co-founder of Twitter and founder of
Trump would be a 'disaster for innovation,' say Silicon Valley execs
Computer World Australia / Posted 9 days ago
Omidyar, the founder of eBay; Ev Williams, co-founder of Twitter and founder of Medium; Vinod Khosla, a co-founder of Sun Microsystems; and Reed Hundt, former chairman of the FCC. Noting that 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were founded... Read more
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MacDailyNews
An open letter from Apple co-founder Woz, other techies on Donald Trump’s candidacy for U.S. President – MacDailyNewsFormer Design Lead, Apple William Kennard, Former Chair, FCC Vinod Khosla, Fo
An open letter from Apple co-founder Woz, other techies on Donald Trump’s candidacy for U.S. President – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 9 days ago
Former Design Lead, Apple William Kennard, Former Chair, FCC Vinod Khosla, Founder, Khosla Ventures; Co-Founder, SUN Microsystems Ron Klain, Executive Vice President, Revolution LLC Walter Kortschak, Former Managing Partner and Senior... Read more
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Wired News
An Open Letter From Tech Leaders on Donald Trump’s Presidential BidFormer Design Lead, Apple William Kennard, Former Chair, FCC Vinod Khosla, Fo
An Open Letter From Tech Leaders on Donald Trump’s Presidential Bid
Wired News / Posted 9 days ago
Former Design Lead, Apple William Kennard, Former Chair, FCC Vinod Khosla, Founder, Khosla Ventures; Co-Founder, SUN Microsystems Ron Klain, Executive Vice President, Revolution LLC Walter Kortschak, Former Managing Partner and Senior... Read more
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9d
CNET
Tech leaders say Trump would crush innovationcritical to our economy -- and that provide the foundation for innovation and g
Tech leaders say Trump would crush innovation
CNET / Posted 9 days ago
critical to our economy -- and that provide the foundation for innovation and growth." Those endorsing the letter include Sun Microsystems co-founder Vinod Khosla, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Reddit co-founder... Read more
9d
CNBC
Over 100 tech execs sign an open letter declaring that they are against TrumpMedia, Telecom & Internet Council William Kennard, Former Chair, FCC Vinod Kh
Over 100 tech execs sign an open letter declaring that they are against Trump
CNBC / Posted 9 days ago
Media, Telecom & Internet Council William Kennard, Former Chair, FCC Vinod Khosla, Founder, Khosla Ventures; Co-Founder, SUN Microsystems Ron Klain, Executive Vice President, Revolution LLC Walter Kortschak, Former Managing Partner and Senior... Read more
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11d
CNET
Firefox will get overhaul in bid to get you interested againgetting new programming languages to catch on widely is tough. For every succes
Firefox will get overhaul in bid to get you interested again
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
getting new programming languages to catch on widely is tough. For every success, like the Java language invented at Sun Microsystems and now managed by Oracle, there are lots that fizzle, like Sun's Fortress and Google's Dart. Programming... Read more
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11d
Business Standard India
IDFC Bank acquires India's fifth largest microfinance lenderwould add to it. Prior to the acquisition by IDFC Bank, Grama Vidiyal’s invest
IDFC Bank acquires India's fifth largest microfinance lender
Business Standard India / Posted 11 days ago
would add to it. Prior to the acquisition by IDFC Bank, Grama Vidiyal’s investors included Vinod Khosla, co-founder of Sun Microsystems and Mauritus’ Unitus Equity Fund and MicroVest Capital Fund. As a fully-owned subsidiary, the firm will... Read more
12d
Newsweek
Jeff Bezos wants to rule the worldme. “Most of Silicon Valley has its head up its butt about Peter Thiel.” She wa
Jeff Bezos wants to rule the world
Newsweek / Posted 12 days ago
me. “Most of Silicon Valley has its head up its butt about Peter Thiel.” She was referring, presumably, to the likes of Sun Microsystems co-founder Vinod Khosla, who tweeted that “click bait journalists need to be taught lessons,” a disturbingly... Read more
12d
E-Commerce Times
What If We've Got Big Data and Analytics All Wrong?frankly didn't work. One of my own stories from a few years ago (and unfortuna
What If We've Got Big Data and Analytics All Wrong?
E-Commerce Times / Posted 12 days ago
frankly didn't work. One of my own stories from a few years ago (and unfortunately I have a lot of these) took place at a Sun Microsystems presentation. The CTO gleefully painted a future when everything -- hardware and software -- was... Read more
13d
The Mercury News
Oracle's $9 billion fight with Google continuescode was free and open to all and that its use of the code was transformative.
Oracle's $9 billion fight with Google continues
The Mercury News / Posted 13 days ago
code was free and open to all and that its use of the code was transformative. During the recent case, Google argued that Sun Microsystems, which created Java in the 1990s long before it was bought by Oracle, had no problem with Google using the... Read more
13d
The Seattle Times
Microsoft’s Nadella raises his community profilewas born in Hyderabad, India, and came to the U.S. to pursue a master’s degree
Microsoft’s Nadella raises his community profile
The Seattle Times / Posted 13 days ago
was born in Hyderabad, India, and came to the U.S. to pursue a master’s degree in computer science. In 1992, working at Sun Microsystems in California, he fielded two offers: acceptance at the University of Chicago’s business school, and a job... Read more
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iTWire
MariaDB continues growth through 2016Howard, and the official hiring of Monty Widenius who is the founder of both My
MariaDB continues growth through 2016
iTWire / Posted 14 days ago
Howard, and the official hiring of Monty Widenius who is the founder of both MySQL and MariaDB. MySQL was acquired by Sun Microsystems which in turn was acquired by Oracle. MariaDB is a fork of MySQL and continues Monty's vision for his DBMS.... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Meet Kanak Jha, the 16-old table tennis prodigy and first American born in the 2000s to qualify for the OlympicsHis father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jerse
Meet Kanak Jha, the 16-old table tennis prodigy and first American born in the 2000s to qualify for the Olympics
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jersey from northern California — worked at Sun Microsystems before switching careers to specialize in hypnotherapy and reiki alternative-healing techniques. Kanak... Read more
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The Mercury News
Oracle's $9 billion fight with Google continuescode was free and open to all and that its use of the code was transformative.
Oracle's $9 billion fight with Google continues
The Mercury News / Posted 15 days ago
code was free and open to all and that its use of the code was transformative. During the recent case, Google argued that Sun Microsystems, which created Java in the 1990s long before it was bought by Oracle, had no problem with Google using the... Read more
15d
Silicon Valley
Oracle's $9 billion fight with Google continuescode was free and open to all and that its use of the code was transformative.
Oracle's $9 billion fight with Google continues
Silicon Valley / Posted 15 days ago
code was free and open to all and that its use of the code was transformative. During the recent case, Google argued that Sun Microsystems, which created Java in the 1990s long before it was bought by Oracle, had no problem with Google using the... Read more
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Business Insider
Meet Kanak Jha, the 16-old table tennis prodigy and first American born in the 2000s to qualify for the OlympicsHis father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jerse
Meet Kanak Jha, the 16-old table tennis prodigy and first American born in the 2000s to qualify for the Olympics
Business Insider / Posted 15 days ago
His father, Arun, works at Oracle, and his mother — visiting Kanak in New Jersey from northern California — worked at Sun Microsystems before switching careers to specialize in hypnotherapy and reiki alternative-healing techniques. Kanak... Read more
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16d
Fortune
Upstart MariaDB sets sights on Oracle shops with new hiresof MySQL, which became the go-to database used by many popular web applications
Upstart MariaDB sets sights on Oracle shops with new hires
Fortune / Posted 16 days ago
of MySQL, which became the go-to database used by many popular web applications. Oracle, by virtue of its 2009 purchase of Sun Microsystems also got MySQL which Sun had previously acquired. That caused a stir in the open-source world where,... Read more
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The Register
Debian founder Ian Murdock killed himself – SF medical examinerfor Docker in San Francisco, having previously been chief technology officer of
Debian founder Ian Murdock killed himself – SF medical examiner
The Register / Posted 17 days ago
for Docker in San Francisco, having previously been chief technology officer of the Linux Foundation, a senior leader at Sun Microsystems, and an executive at Salesforce. "He amazed everyone whom he worked with for the depth of his thinking,... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Mysterious death of software pioneer ruled suicideback, arms and legs. Murdock, 42, was a celebrated pioneer in the technology s
Mysterious death of software pioneer ruled suicide
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 17 days ago
back, arms and legs. Murdock, 42, was a celebrated pioneer in the technology sector. He had served as an executive at Sun Microsystems, Salesforce and software company Docker. He was best known for his 1993 creation of Debian, the second-most... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Mysterious death of software pioneer Ian Murdock ruled suicideback, arms and legs. Murdock, 42, was a celebrated pioneer in the technology s
Mysterious death of software pioneer Ian Murdock ruled suicide
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 17 days ago
back, arms and legs. Murdock, 42, was a celebrated pioneer in the technology sector. He had served as an executive at Sun Microsystems, Salesforce and software company Docker. He was best known for his 1993 creation of Debian, the second-most... Read more
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Business Wire
New Relic Experiences Rapid Growth in Customer Adoption Across Europe, United Kingdom in Fiscal 2016experience in building and scaling high performing organizations in EMEA and As
New Relic Experiences Rapid Growth in Customer Adoption Across Europe, United Kingdom in Fiscal 2016
Business Wire / Posted 19 days ago
experience in building and scaling high performing organizations in EMEA and Asia regions for leading companies including Sun Microsystems, Tivoli Systems, IBM, and Lithium Technologies. As New Relic’s senior executive in EMEA, Teuber’s... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Oracle says with S7 it can offer SPARC performance at x86 pricesfeatures at a price point normally associated with x86 architecture. SPARC is
Oracle says with S7 it can offer SPARC performance at x86 prices
Computer World Australia / Posted 19 days ago
features at a price point normally associated with x86 architecture. SPARC is a RISC-based chip architecture introduced by Sun Microsystems in 1987 (Oracle acquired Sun in 2010). The S7 is a 4.27GHz, 8-core/64-thread processor; a low-powered... Read more
19d
TechNewsWorld.com
What If We've Got Big Data and Analytics All Wrong?frankly didn't work. One of my own stories from a few years ago (and unfortuna
What If We've Got Big Data and Analytics All Wrong?
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 19 days ago
frankly didn't work. One of my own stories from a few years ago (and unfortunately I have a lot of these) took place at a Sun Microsystems presentation. The CTO gleefully painted a future when everything -- hardware and software -- was... Read more
22d
Calcutta News
California ruling orders Oracle to pay $3 billion to HPthat they have highly depended on, it was still profitable for their commercial
California ruling orders Oracle to pay $3 billion to HP
Calcutta News / Posted 22 days ago
that they have highly depended on, it was still profitable for their commercial value. In 2010, Oracle had bought Sun Microsystems in a move that added hardware to its software offerings. In this regard, Daley commented, "Five years ago,... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Oracle ordered to pay $3bn to HPE over Itanium back stabarchitecture proved increasingly capable of taking on high-end workloads, rende
Oracle ordered to pay $3bn to HPE over Itanium back stab
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 23 days ago
architecture proved increasingly capable of taking on high-end workloads, rendering Itanium increasingly redundant. Sun Microsystems, meanwhile, had stuck with its own Sparc architecture, but was acquired in 2010 by Oracle. The software... Read more
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PhysOrg
Oracle told to pay HP billions in chip disputecustomers." HP has since split off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at
Oracle told to pay HP billions in chip dispute
PhysOrg / Posted 23 days ago
customers." HP has since split off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at trial that Oracle was out to get customers to switch to servers from Sun Microsystems, which Oracle bought in 2010 in a move that added hardware to its software offeri... Read more
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iafrica.com
Oracle told to pay HP $3-billioncustomers." HP has since split off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at
Oracle told to pay HP $3-billion
iafrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
customers." HP has since split off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at trial that Oracle was out to get customers to switch to servers from Sun Microsystems, which Oracle bought in 2010 in a move that added hardware to its software offerin... Read more
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dna
Oracle told to pay HP $3 billion in chip disputesplit off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at trial that Oracle was out
Oracle told to pay HP $3 billion in chip dispute
dna / Posted 23 days ago
split off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at trial that Oracle was out to get customers to switch to servers from Sun Microsystems, which Oracle bought in 2010 in a move that added hardware to its software offerings. HPE did not initially... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Oracle told to pay HP $3 billion in chip disputesplit off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at trial that Oracle was out
Oracle told to pay HP $3 billion in chip dispute
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 23 days ago
split off its enterprise division. HPE maintained at trial that Oracle was out to get customers to switch to servers from Sun Microsystems, which Oracle bought in 2010 in a move that added hardware to its software offerings. HPE did not initially... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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11 News Houston
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
11 News Houston / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suitinto HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nem
HP wins $3B in damages from Oracle in Itanium suit
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 23 days ago
into HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc., claimed it went from business partner to nemesis after Oracle acquired then-HP rival Sun Microsystems for $5.3 billion in 2010. Tensions intensified in early 2011, when Oracle said it would cease making new... Read more
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