Sun Microsystems China to Bundle Targetlink's Unix Version

July 1999
UNIX Update;Jul99, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that Sun Microsystems China Ltd. will purchase copies of TargetLink's Unix version to bundle with their best selling E450 servers. Comments from company officials; Background of TargetLink; Information on Internet Image Inc.


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