Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 4th Mar 2006 17:31 UTC, submitted by misha
Oracle and SUN Sun's CEO Scott McNealy has published an open letter to HP, proposing a merger of their respective UNIX platforms. In the past, Sun's top execs have been highly critical of HP-UX's future. Sun's president Jonathan Schwartz has repeatedly referred to the 'demise' and its troubled commitment to Intel's Itanium chip. Now, it seems, they've hit on a new idea. "We propose an alternative," writes McNealy in the letter, "that Sun and HP commit to converge HP-UX with Sun's flagship volume UNIX, Solaris 10.'
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RE: One thing...
by akro on Sun 5th Mar 2006 16:35 UTC in reply to "One thing..."
akro
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Actually HP has a very large services brach. It'sjust that we aren't as expensive as IBM. I have literally seen millions of dollars of equipment given away in deals too

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