SN Vol 34 #2 2909 Sun At Telecom Asia 2000: Webcast

SN Vol 34 #2 2909 Sun At Telecom Asia 2000: Webcast

Post by John J. McLaughl » Sun, 17 Dec 2000 14:29:47



2909 Sun At Telecom Asia 2000: Webcast
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        We're entering an era in which a new generation of services
        will be available anytime, anywhere, to anyone, using any
        device. The key question that a service provider must answer
        is: How do I create and deliver innovative, next- generation
        services, that offer high value to my consumer, faster than my
        competition, in the most profitable, reliable, and secure
        manner possible?

        Sun shows what it takes to succeed in this new era:

           - Systems that are adaptable, scalable, and deliver carrier
             grade reliability you can count on.

           - Strategies that bring the best ideas together to meet the
             challenges of the service provider and telecommunications
             industry.

           - And the solutions that define the dot-com age.

        See the webcast from Telecom Asia 2000:
                http://www.sun.com/webcast/telecomasia

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1. SN Vol 34 #4 2961 Java Technology At XML 2000

2961 Java Technology At XML 2000
http://sun.systemnews.com/system-news/jobdir/submitted/2001.02.all.w4...

        "Jon Bosak, a distinguished engineer at Sun, delivered a
        rousing, provocative keynote address at the conference,"
        reported Kammie Kayl, in an article about XML 2000. "The
        overall message of his presentation focused on Sun's vision
        for web services, their importance to the world today, the
        technologies on which they will be built, and how they are
        used."

        "Bosak first introduced service APIs as a key foundational
        piece of the service-driven network. The service-driven
        network is defined as the ways in which various devices from
        legacy clients, such as PCs, to modern clients, such as PDAs,
        cell phones, and cars, interact together across the network to
        form a service grid. Examples of web services in this grid
        might include auctioning, buying, selling, ordering, and
        financial services."

        Read the article, Big Business and Open Source Meet in
        America's Capital, on Sun's Java web site:
                http://www.javasoft.com/features/2000/12/xml-key.html

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