Weekly SunFlash May 30th, 1995

Weekly SunFlash May 30th, 1995

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SunFlash Vol 77

                        Weekly SunFlash May 30th, 1995

May   1995         John J. McLaughlin, Editor/Publisher    fl...@flashback.com
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        77.09: Sun Global Services Begins Rollout
        77.10: Sun Strengthens Leading MultiProcessing Product Suite
        77.11: SunSoft Enhances Workshop for C++
        77.12: Sun Raises Ease-of-Use Standards for Printers
        77.13: SPARCstation 4 & 5 Enhancements
        77.14: SPARCstation 20TurboZX
        77.15: Thomson, Sun Select BroadVision
        77.16: Enhanced SPARCcenter 2000E
        77.17: Application Developer for Open TV Named
        77.18: SunService Announces Rightsizing Courseware
        77.19: SunService Announces Multivendor Support
        77.20: Sun Enhances Line of Disk Array Products
        77.21: Sun Joins Personal Conferencing Workgroup
        77.22: Sunworld '95 Features Vast Fast Ethernet Network
        77.23: New Sun Netra Internet Server
        77.24: Sun Launches New Global Brand Campaign
        77.25: Sun Brings True Interactivity To The World Wide Web
        77.26: Sun Unveils Complete Set Of Internet Business Solutions
        77.27: Sun Launches First Interactive WWW Site Powered By Java
        77.28: Sun Microsystems Provides Easy, Safe Access To The Internet
        77.29: Netscape To License Sun's Java Programming Language
        77.30: Sun Introduces Maximum Security For Internet Commerce
        77.31: Sun To Develop Data Warehousing Solution For IMS America
        77.32: Sunsoft, Insignia Solutions Sign Distribution Agreement
        77.33: Sun Arms OEMs With UltraSPARC Reference Platforms
        77.34: NEXTSTEP Software Available From Sun For SPARC
        77.35: One Year Warranty Extension For Spare Parts
        77.36: Sun Samples UltraSPARC Chipset
        77.37: Sun Samples UltraSPARC
        77.38: UltraSPARC Scores Thirteen
        77.39: Sun, Data General Unveil DG/UX Port To UltraSPARC

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77.09 Sun Global Services Begins Rollout

      (Mountain View, CA) * May 8, 1995 * - The SunService Division of Sun
      Microsystems, Inc.,(R) has begun offering multinational companies a
      streamlined method for service contract negotiations through Sun Global
      Services(SM), an enterprise-readiness program .

         o Sun Global Services provides multinational companies a single point
           of contact for contract negotiations

         o Sun Global Services features a single global agreement to cover all
           Sun services regardless of the size of the enterprises

         o Sun Global Services offers a global discount schedule to aggregate
           global volumes

77.10 Sun Strengthens Leading MultiProcessing Product Suite

      Introducing:

         o SPARCstation 20 Model HS14 - 100MHz 4-way system
         o SPARCstation 20 Model HS21 - 125 MHz hyperSPARC system
         o SPARCstation 20 Model HS22 - 125 MHz 2-way system
         o SunSoft's Performance Workshop and Visual Workshop for C++

      On the new MP models:

         o  Sun is the leader in MP
         o  Sun offers a comprehensive MP suite
         o  MP hyperSPARC is excellent compute engine
         o  NEW: perf. improvements (4-way 100MHz; 125MHz 2-way)
         o  Fast compute performance
         o  Unmatched system expandability and growth potential
         o  Compatible with other SPARCstation 20 products
         o  Support for two modules means that its easy to add MP capability

      On Performance Workshop and Visual Workshop for C++:

         o First in a series of developer products where Sun is delivering
           tools base on type of development, not just language. This suite of
           tools is for customers who are building high performance appli-
           cations.

         o New components of Performance Workshop are Fortran 90 compiler and
           Performance Library.

         o Fortran 90 has many new language features for inproved developer
           productivity. - free form source input, new control structures,
           derived data types, direct support for array manipulation

         o Performance Library is an optimized mathematics library which will
           boost application execution by relinking.

         o Complete, standards-based language systems for Fortran 90, Fortran
           77 and C.

77.11 SunSoft Enhances Workshop for C++

         o As part of SMCC's leadership in multiprocessing (MP) solutions,
           SunSoft's new Performance WorkShop further boosts SMCC's MP
           offerings.

         o SunSoft Performance Workshop is highly optimized for Sun's MP
           systems.

         o Performance Workshop for Fortran 90 includes the first release of
           SPARCompiler Fortran 90 based on the CF90 product from Cray. Also
           included is SunSoft Performance Library, a highly optimized
           implementation of seven of the most widely used numerical algorithm
           libraries in the world

         o SunSoft Visual WorkShop for C++ is the successor to WorkShop for C++
           and raises the bar for complete development solutions by including
           the industry's top rated Motif GUI builder at no price increase.
         o Products are available in 30 days

77.12 Sun Raises Ease-of-Use Standards for Printers

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.- May 8, 1995 - Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) today introduced the new SPARCprinter E Series of UNIX network
      printers, which offers unparalleled ease-of-use and control from the user
      desktop while providing seamless network integration and exceptional print
      quality. The SPARCprinter E black-and-white and EC color printers leverage
      Sun's leadership in open network computing -- supporting cross platform
      interoperability for TCP/IP, Novell and EtherTalk networks.

      SUNprinter E (black/white) and EC (color) printers provide:

         o unparalleled ease-of-use and point-and-click printer control from
           user desktop
         o one-button, network-ready installation
         o cross-platform interoperability for TCP.IP, Novell and EtherTalk
           networks.
         o True 1200 x 1200 dots-per-inch output for near-photographic quality
           output.

      Available now from Sun direct sales and authorized resellers.

77.13 SPARCstation 4 & 5 Enhancements

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 8, 1995 - Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) today announced powerful new workstations and servers for network
      computing users with new versions of its high-volume SPARCstation 5 and
      its entry-level SPARCstation 4. The new 110 MHz SPARCstation 5 sets new
      marks for price/performance in the mid-range workstation market with no
      increase in price and the new 85 MHz SPARCstation 4 now offers the
      previously high-end SPARCstation 5 CPU at a price that provides a powerful
      networked alternative to the PC.

77.14 SPARCstation 20TurboZX

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 8, 1995 - The SPARCstation (TM) 20TurboZX (TM)
      workstation introduced today by Sun Microsystems Computer Company (SMCC)
      establishes a new performance standard for desktop graphics workstations.
      The new Sun (TM) workstation provides more than 45 percent faster
      polygons/second graphics - at a price roughly 18 percent lower than the
      closest competitive systems from Silicon Graphics.

         o Fastest graphics in the desktop graphics workstation market
         o The fastest, most interactive and realistic graphics available on any
           desktop system for high-quality rendering and 24-bit display of 3-D
           solids. (48% faster polygons/second graphics than SGI and 64% faster
           than HP)
         o New high performance addition to the ZX-based 3D graphics product
           line
         o The SPARCstation 20TurboZX is designed for extremely demanding
           graphics tasks such as high-end design automation, scientific
           visualization, geoscience, medical imaging and animation.
         o According to International Data Corp., Sun is consistently No. 1 in
           top technical markets such as geoscience, mechanical computer-aided
           design, electronic design automation and software engineering.

77.15 Thomson, Sun Select BroadVision

      Dallas - May 9, 1995 - Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Thomson Multimedia today
      announced a memorandum of understanding with BroadVision, Inc. for the
      company to supply a key component of the end-to-end interactive television
      framework offered by the Thomson Sun Interactive alliance. BroadVision's
      Interactive Commerce Management System (ICMS) will not only manage and
      process consumer interactions across broad-based interactive networks, but
      will also deliver a full range of marketing services, for market research,
      dynamic pricing and promotions.

77.16 Enhanced SPARCcenter 2000E

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 8, 1995 - Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) today unveiled new features for its high-end SPARCcenter (TM) 2000E
      server that provide increased system uptime for enterprise customers'
      mission-critical needs. In addition to the existing redundancy features
      designed into Sun (TM) servers, the new SPARCcenter 2000E model includes
      an optional second power supply and a redundant cooling system. Customers
      from financial, telecommunications, manufacturing and healthcare markets
      will particularly benefit from the server enhancements.

77.17 Application Developer for Open TV Named

      LOS ANGELES - May 10, 1995 - Thomson Multimedia and Sun Microsystems, Inc.
      today announced the authorization of Adrenalin Entertainment (TM), of West
      Los Angeles, California, as the first Open TV (TM) interactive application
      development center. Adrenalin's extensive experience in the development of
      CD-ROMs, video games, and graphics - along with a creative staff that
      includes producers, designers, artists, animators, and software
      specialists - means advertisers and other video content providers can
      leverage these resources to develop their new applications and on-screen
      graphics using Open TV technology.

77.18 SunService Announces Rightsizing Courseware

      (Mountain View, CA) * May 9, 1995 * - The SunService Division of Sun
      Microsystems, Inc., is announcing new enterprise rightsizing courseware
      for the commercial market from Sun Educational Services. Developed and
      tested by Sun Educational Services a business unit of SunService (SM), the
      six new courses are being added to the current worldwide library of over
      100 educational products and services for the client-server training
      marketplace.

77.19 SunService Announces Multivendor Support

      (Mountain View, CA) * May 8, 1995 * - The SunService Division of Sun
      Microsystems, Inc., has made a strategic entry in the commercial
      marketplace, with a commitment to enterprise-wide support of third- party
      products. The SunService (SM) action supports a wide array of computer
      hardware including the workstations manufactured by IBM, HP, DEC and other
      products from most major manufacturers.

77.20 Sun Enhances Line of Disk Array Products

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 8, 1995 - Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) today announced the new SPARCstorage (TM) Array Model 102
      subsystem, which uses the industry's highest-performing disk drives --
      providing twice the storage capacity and faster data retrieval for the
      SPARCstorage Array Model 100 Series of mass storage products. The new
      model, like other SPARCstorage Array models, is designed to meet the needs
      of customers who require increased storage capacity and high data
      availability in enterprise-wide, network computing environments.

77.21 Sun Joins Personal Conferencing Workgroup

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF.- May 10, 1995 - Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) has been voted a core member of the Personal Conferencing Working
      Group (PCWG), an industry consortium developing global interoperability
      specifications for computer conferencing. Nominated for its network
      computing expertise, Sun will join 18 other PCWG core members developing
      technical specifications that facilitate desktop conferencing across
      heterogeneous hardware platforms, applications and networks.

77.22 Sunworld '95 Features Vast Fast Ethernet Network

      Supports Electronic Mail, Internet Access, Video Conferencing, High-Speed
      Data Transfer for Hundreds of Exhibitors

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- May 22, 1995--Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) has implemented one of the largest Fast Ethernet networks to date,
      to support the SunWorld '95 Exposition, which opens tomorrow in San
      Francisco's Moscone Center. Supplying the maximum Fast Ethernet data
      transfer rate, the 100 megabits-per-second (Mbps) network serves some 400
      nodes and spans the entire building, from the keynote speakers' stage to
      the show floor and throughout conference rooms. During the four-day event,
      the network will provide all of the services required in today's advanced
      commercial enterprise, including electronic mail, Internet access, video
      conferencing and high-speed file transfer.

77.23 New Sun Netra Internet Server

      Offers Easy Internet Access And Web Server Capabilities

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.- May 22, 1995 - Helping to drive the adoption of the
      Internet and extend its benefits to an even broader range of users, Sun
      Microsystems Computer Company (SMCC) today introduced the new Netra (TM)
      Internet Server with unmatched features that enable users to access World
      Wide Web (Web) sites readily and establish a business presence easily on
      the Internet. Building on the success of the original Netra Internet
      Server, new features available with the system include Web server
      software, easy connectivity for Netware (TM) clients, a new graphical
      system administration tool for server management from any desktop and
      server security enhancements -- bundled in a single, easy-to-install
      integrated system.

77.24 Sun Launches New Global Brand Campaign

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 22, 1995 -- Meet "Network," the 135 lb. Greater
      Swiss Mountain dog, who is the centerpiece of a multi-million dollar
      global brand ad campaign that debuts in the U.S. the week of May 22.

77.25 Sun Brings True Interactivity To The World Wide Web

      Java Programming Language gives Internet CD-ROM Functionality, Augmenting
      Sun's Web Publishing Offerings

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- May 23, 1995 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. today
      announced the Java language, a revolutionary new object-oriented
      programming environment for the Internet, and the HotJava browser, a
      dynamic World Wide Web tool based on the Java language that gives users
      the responsiveness and rich media of a CD-ROM and the infinite
      extensibility and reach of the Internet.

77.26 Sun Unveils Complete Set Of Internet Business Solutions

      Internet Pioneer Delivers on Challenge of Electronic Commerce

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 23, 1995 - With more than a dozen years of
      Internet experience and innovation, Sun Microsystems, Inc. today detailed
      its strategy to make the Internet a viable business tool by announcing a
      suite of products, services and partners. The company is offering access
      products, innovative security solutions, interactive publishing tools and
      commerce infrastructure to give businesses what they need to conduct
      electronic commerce.

77.27 Sun Launches First Interactive WWW Site Powered By Java

      Shop Talk on "Sun on the Net"

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 23, 1995 - Sun Microsystems, Inc. today
      unveiled a newly redesigned World Wide Web site, incorporating the Java
      (TM) programming language to deliver customized interactive content, the
      ability to launch sounds and animation, and frequently updated information
      on Internet issues.

77.28 Sun Microsystems Provides Easy, Safe Access To The Internet

      New Netra Internet Server
      Internet Gateway for Solaris Software

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- May 23, 1995 -- Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) today introduced the new Netra (TM) Internet Server that enables
      users to easily access World Wide Web (Web) sites and establish a business
      presence on the Internet. Sun also announced the Internet Gateway (TM) for
      Solaris (TM) x86 software to create Netra server-like solutions on x86
      platforms; and the SolarNet (TM) PC Internet client, an integrated set of
      tools to access the Internet from the PC desktop.

77.29 Netscape To License Sun's Java Programming Language

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 23, 1995 - Furthering the relationship between
      two of the most prominent companies supplying tools and solutions for the
      Internet, Netscape Communications Corporation and Sun Microsystems, Inc.
      announced today that Netscape intends to license Sun's Java (TM)
      programming language to implement in the Netscape Navigator browser.

77.30 Sun Introduces Maximum Security For Internet Commerce

      SunScreen Creates Virtual Secure Private Networks
      FireWall-1 1.2 Completes Sun's Security Portfolio

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- May 23, 1995 -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. today
      announced Solstice (TM) SunScreen (TM) and a new version of Solstice (TM)
      FireWall-1 (TM), a complete suite of network security offerings designed
      to address all levels of security needs for companies which engage in
      electronic commerce on the Internet and other complex data networks.

77.31 Sun To Develop Data Warehousing Solution For IMS America

      IMS America Is A Key Provider Of Health Care/Pharmaceutical Data

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - May 17, 1995 - Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      today announced it will work with IMS America to develop a prototype data
      warehouse that will significantly enhance how IMS customers can derive
      value from large quantities of data. IMS, a division of the Dun &
      Bradstreet Corporation, is a leading provider of marketing information and
      decision support systems to healthcare and pharmaceutical corporations.
      Using powerful Sun (R) servers, IMS will leverage Sun's parallel
      SMP/clustering technology to allow pharmaceutical companies to access and
      analyze increasingly large volumes of data.

77.32 Sunsoft, Insignia Solutions Sign Distribution Agreement

      SunSoft to Offer SoftWindows as Complementary Product in Desktop Solution
      Set

      SUNWORLD, San Francisco, Calif., May 23, 1995 -- On the opening day of
      SunWorld, SunSoft, Inc. and Insignia Solutions (R) announced they have
      signed a worldwide agreement for SunSoft to distribute SoftWindows (TM)
      for UNIX (R) software, Insignia's PC compatibility solution for Sun
      SPARCstation (TM) desktops. The agreement broadens SunSoft's line of
      emulation and translation products and provides more channels through
      which customers can purchase SoftWindows.

77.33 Sun Arms OEMs With UltraSPARC Reference Platforms

      SAN FRANCISCO -- May 24, 1995 -- Today at SunWorld '95, Sun Microsystems'
      SPARC Technology Business announced its Net.Core Reference Platform
      Program and disclosed highlights of its first reference design. The
      Net.Core Program enables OEM system design and manufacturing teams to
      readily implement high-performance, software-compatible UltraSPARC
      systems. Almost a dozen systems companies are currently readying Net.Core
      platforms. Within this program, the company also unveiled the first of a
      series of Net.Core reference designs, Net.Core SBus.

77.34 NEXTSTEP Software Available From Sun For SPARC

      Provides Object Development Pathway to Industry-Standard OpenStep for
      Solaris

      MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. May 23, 1995 - Sun Microsystems Computer Company
      (SMCC) and NeXT Computer, Inc. today announced a distribution agreement
      under which Sun will provide NEXTSTEP (TM) object-oriented software for
      SPARCstation (TM) model 4, 5 and 20 workstations. Aimed at Fortune 1000
      companies and other large, heterogeneous business environments, the
      NEXTSTEP software running on SPARCstation desktops provides Sun and NeXT
      customers with the proven object software and high-performance processing
      needed today to rapidly develop and deploy custom business applications
      throughout an enterprise. The announcement also puts Sun customers on a
      fast track to Sun's upcoming implementation of the advanced OpenStep (TM)
      object environment as part of Project DOE (Distributed Objects
      Environment). DOE is an extension to the Solaris operating environment for
      rapidly developing and deploying networked object applications. An
      OpenStep-compliant desktop and development tools are integrated with DOE.

77.35 One Year Warranty Extension For Spare Parts

      Sun Microsystems Computer Corporation (SMCC) announces a one year
      return-to-factory (parts exchange) warranty on both new and remanufactured
      hardware spare parts.

77.36 Sun Samples UltraSPARC Chipset

      SAN FRANCISCO -- May 24, 1995 -- Today at SunWorld '95, Sun Microsystems'
      SPARC Technology Business announced its high-performance UltraSPARC
      chipset. The UltraSPARC chipset includes the basic control and interface
      circuitry to build an estimated 240 SPECint92 and 350 SPECfp92 UltraSPARC
      system. UltraSPARC chipset samples will ship in June 1995. The chipset
      supports the newly announced Net.Core SBus reference design and the
      high-performance UltraSPARC Port Architecture (UPA).

77.37 Sun Samples UltraSPARC

      SAN FRANCISCO -- May 24, 1995 -- Today at SunWorld '95, Sun Microsystems'
      SPARC Technology Business announced the sample availability of its
      high-performance UltraSPARC microprocessor. The 64-bit UltraSPARC is the
      industry's first microprocessor with comprehensive on-chip multimedia
      support. The first UltraSPARC devices run at 143 MHz and 167 MHz with up
      to an estimated 240 SPECint92 and 350 SPECfp92. Aggressively priced,
      UltraSPARC is the first RISC microprocessor to offer high-end
      workstation-level performance with $/SPECint and $/SPECfp levels found
      only in the personal computing arena.

77.38 UltraSPARC Scores Thirteen

      Axil, CDAC, Cray, DTK, FORCE, Haitai Electronics, Hitron Systems, LG
      Electronics, Sun, Tatung, Themis, Trigem, Toshiba Publicly Commit

      SAN FRANCISCO -- May 24, 1995 -- Sun Microsystems' SPARC Technology
      Business, along with thirteen leading systems vendors, today announced
      separate commitments to product development for a variety of UltraSPARC
      computing systems.

77.39 Sun, Data General Unveil DG/UX Port To UltraSPARC

      Operating System Will Be First 64-bit Implementation for SPARC

      SAN FRANCISCO -- May 24, 1995 -- Today at SunWorld '95, Sun Microsystems'
      SPARC Technology Business and Data General Corporation announced that Data
      General's DG/UX operating system will be ported to the 64-bit UltraSPARC
      microprocessor and to the SPARC-V9 architecture in compliance with the
      Net.Core System Interface Specification. The port is planned for
      completion in the first half of 1996.

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