Home > Unix > HP Heads Up Unix Server Market HP Heads Up Unix Server Market Eugenia Loli 2003-11-26 Unix 8 Comments HP displaced Sun as the market leader in Unix systems this quarter, according to IDC figures released today. Read the news at TheRegister and at LinuxElectrons. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 8 Comments 2003-11-26 7:17 pm Anonymous …of it is HPUX and how much is Tru64? 2003-11-26 7:18 pm Anonymous HP-UX has a lot more marketshare than Tru64… 2003-11-26 10:12 pm Anonymous i was just about to say that this is sad news cause i like working on solaris more than i do on HP-UX. But then again they both suck compared to the BSD’s. (btw. I use a Ultra10 ws with Sol8 at work) regards /jens 2003-11-26 10:13 pm Anonymous Even before the merger was Compaq losing shares to IBM and HP so it is not an effect of the two companies merging. Sun have executed poorly the last 3 years (some might argue more but Sun was doing ok before the .com boom). No clear vision at all with their unique mindshare (Java & Solaris). They do look a bit more focused recently but that might change … again 2003-11-26 11:00 pm Anonymous In other news… SCO announces plan to sue Hewlett Packard 2003-11-27 12:05 am Anonymous Sun has been given (a somewhat unjustified) blackeye by Wall Street analysts and the like. They have pretty much written them off as a dead company, and I think that has a big effect. They will have to strike back big to overcome all the negative press. J 2003-11-27 4:23 am Anonymous It’s good to see the advancement of UNIX in the “modern era”. I just wonder how Darl McBride’s temper-tantrum will stifle this progression. 2003-11-27 5:45 am Anonymous They were supposed to work alot of Tru64 into HP-UX. Lets see how that goes.