Major German Insurance Group Consolidates Server Infrastructure and Reduces Costs with Sun Technology
DBV-Winterthur migrated its mainframe applications to a scalable, open systems infrastructure based Sun Fire servers running the Solaris 10 Operating System with improved availability, utilization and reduced TCO.
Engineering DataXpress, Inc.—Solaris 10 in 10 Days
Intrigued by the Solaris 10 OS, the company qualified its Unix products to Sun systems with the SPARC and AMD Opteron processors in just ten days.
Canadian Computing Consortium Boosts Performance Fivefold With Sun Technology
Sun provides a comprehensive infrastructure composed of compute clusters, storage and remote access capabilities via a Web portal to support approximately 700 university-based and outside researchers.
KASIKORNBANK—Secure on Solaris 10 and Sun Fire V20z Servers
To address changing business requirements, KASIKORNBANK consolidated is disparate security systems on Sun Fire V20z servers powered by AMD Opteron processors, the Solaris 10 Operating System, and the DSSS Authentication Server.
Increasing Performance and Availability with Limited Power and Space
Mansion.com chose Sun's Solaris 10 Operating System running on Sun Fire T2000 servers increasing performance threefold while reducing power consumption and rack space by the same ratio, compared to competitive servers.
"Solaris is a better Linux than Linux" —Marc Andreessen
Ning is a consumer Internet company which specializes in highly customizable social networking environments. Marc Andreessen, founder of Ning, joined Jonathan Schwartz at the Sun Analyst Summit 2006 to discuss some of his key findings on why Ning chose Sun to run his business.
Porting Middleware Solutions Rapidly
The multiple platform capabilities of the Solaris 10 OS help OCI provide big system features and reduce costs and risk for its customers.
Sun Brings 21st Century Technology to 600-Year-Old University
UCL replaced an aging infrastructure with a combination of Sun Fire server and Solaris 10 bringing significant cost savings and reduction in complexity.
Increasing Performance for Complex Mathematical Modeling
Wolfram Research brought its award-winning Mathematica system to the Solaris 10 OS running on Sun x64 systems featuring AMD Opteron processors. Finished in roughly half the expected time, Mathematica 5.2 running on the Solaris 10 OS and Sun x64 platforms provides the perfect blend of performance, scalability, and memory capacity for power-hungry users.