Sun Microsystems

Sun Microsystems, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oracle Corporation, selling computers, computer components, computer software, and information technology services. Sun was founded on February 24, 1982. The company was headquartered in Santa Clara, California (part of Silicon Valley), on the former west campus of the Agnews Developmental Center.
 
 
On January 27, 2010, Sun was acquired by Oracle Corporation for US$7.4 billion, based on an agreement signed on April 20, 2009.

Computers

Sun Microsystems Cluster

Sun Microsystems Cluster
Unknown
This Sun cluster unit ran Solaris and includes two headunits.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun 386i

Sun 386i
1988
The Sun 386i was a hybrid UNIX workstation/PC compatible computer system.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun 3/80

Sun 3/80
1989
The Sun 3/80 resembles a a SparcStation "pizzabox"-type chassis, but it is not a member of the Sparcstation range.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun 3/80

Sun 3/80
1989
The Sun 3/80 resembles a a SparcStation "pizzabox"-type chassis, but it is not a member of the Sparcstation range.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun SPARCstation 1

Sun SPARCstation 1
April 1989
The SPARCstation 1, or Sun 4/60, is the first of the SPARCstation series of SPARC-based computer workstations sold by Sun Microsystems.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun SPARCstation IPC

Sun SPARCstation IPC
1990
The SPARCstation 1, or Sun 4/60, is the first of the SPARCstation series of SPARC-based computer workstations sold by Sun Microsystems.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Microsystems SPARCstation 2

Sun Microsystems SPARCstation 2
1990
The SPARCstation 2, or SS2 (code named Calvin) is a SPARC workstation computer sold by Sun Microsystems.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun SPARCserver 20

Sun SPARCserver 20
1994
The SPARCserver 20 system, introduced in 1994, was designed to be a workgroup NFS file server or a database server in an office environment.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Ultra 1 Creator

Sun Ultra 1 Creator
1995
The Ultra 1 is a family of Sun Microsystems workstations based on the 64-bit UltraSPARC microprocessor.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Ultra 1

Sun Ultra 1
1995
The Ultra 1 is a family of Sun Microsystems workstations based on the 64-bit UltraSPARC microprocessor.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun JavaStation-1

Sun JavaStation-1
1996
Produced by Sun Microsystems in 1996, the JavaStation-1 was a Network Computer (NC) intended to run only Java applications.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Ultra 2

Sun Ultra 2
1996
The Sun Ultra 2 (codenamed 'Pulsar') was an UltraSPARC-based workstation sold in 1996 by Sun Microsystems.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Microsystems Sun Ray 1 Thin Client

Sun Microsystems Sun Ray 1 Thin Client
1997
The Sun Ray 1 was the first in a series of thin client terminals developed by Sun Microsystems.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Ultra 60

Sun Ultra 60
November 1997
The Ultra 60 is a fairly large and heavy computer workstation in a tower enclosure from Sun Microsystems.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Ultra 10 Creator 3D

Sun Ultra 10 Creator 3D
2001
The Ultra 10 is a Sun workstation with the creator 3d graphics card installed, an ultrasparc IIi processor and runs off Solaris 9.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Fire V100

Sun Fire V100
2004
The Sun Fire V100 is a rack mountable server computer, it would have used the Solaris operating system 8,9 or 10.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Netra X1

Sun Netra X1
2004
The Sun Netra X1 is a rack mountable server computer.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Microsystems Sun Ray 2 Thin Client

Sun Microsystems Sun Ray 2 Thin Client
2006
The Sun Ray 2 was the second generation of Sun Ray thin clients developed by Sun Microsystems.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer

Sun Fire V490

Sun Fire V490
April 2009
The Sun Fire V490 is a rack mountable server computer, based around the UltraSPARC IV 1.

Manufacturer : Sun Microsystems
Type : Computer


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