- Sun, IBM push wireless message. Schwartz, Ephraim; Moore, Cathleen // InfoWorld;11/06/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 45, p12
Focuses on the services, strategies and products launched by IBM Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. for the wireless market. Highlight of the announcement made by Sun; Service planned by IBM with the release of its WebSphere Everyplace Suite Service Provider Edition; Differences of the services...
- Sun-IBM deal aimed at reviving NC market. Nerney, Chris // Network World;04/06/98, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p8
Reports that Sun Microsystems Incorporated and International Business Machines (IBM) have announced that they will co-develop and market a Java operating system. How the alliance could solidify the network computer (NC) market; Single operating system to be shared by both companies.
- Sun, IBM announce two-way Java licensing agreements. Balderston, Jim // InfoWorld;8/26/96, Vol. 18 Issue 35, p12
Reports on International Business Machines Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc.'s announcement of a series of licensing agreements that will extend the presence of Sun's Java development language into IBM's product line. Sharing of naming conventions for Java class libraries; Terms of the agreement;...
- Computer giants in thin client partnership. // Telephony;04/06/98, Vol. 234 Issue 14, p46
Focuses on Sun Microsystems and International Business Machines' partnership to develop and co-market a new operating system software product optimized for network computing on the Java programming language platform.
- Sun, IBM to merge object request brokers. Bowen, Ted Smalley // InfoWorld;8/19/96, Vol. 18 Issue 34, p3
Reports that Sun Microsystems Inc. and International Business Machines Corp. will unveil a scheme to consolidate their CORBA-compliant object request brokers (ORB). Coupling and merger of IBM's System Object Model and Distributed SOM and SunSoft Inc.'s Neo distributed object framework through...
- Sun and IBM tune Unixes for 64-bit and Java. DeMocker, Judy // InfoWorld;02/03/97, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p25
Reports that Sun Microsystems Inc. and IBM Corp. are readying 64-bit versions of their operating systems and Internet features to ship in 1997. Efforts to support larger file sizes; Plans to bundle Web servers and the Java virtual machine with their operating systems; Sun's plans to deliver Sun...
- IBM licenses SunSelect's Wabi for RS/6000s. Mace, Scott; Gerber, Cheryl // InfoWorld;8/30/93, Vol. 15 Issue 35, p8
Reveals that International Business Machine (IBM) Corp. has licensed an interface from SunSelect. Operation of Windows applications under Unix on IBM's RS/6000 and PowerPC hardware; Benefits of using the Windows Application Binary Interface (Wabi); Terms of the licensing agreement; Percentage...
- IBM slaps Sun for Olmpics ad. Johnson, Bradley // Advertising Age;5/2/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 19, p23
Reports on IBM Corp.'s call for the removal of Sun Microsystems' name from the Internet which was used by a news service to post score and other reports during the 1994 Winter Olympics. IBM as official Olympics sponsor; Sun's agreement to the removal of its name from the online service.
- IBM gains back 2... PC market share. Freedman, Beth // PC Week;8/30/93, Vol. 10 Issue 34, p3
Reports on the gains made by IBM Personal Computer Co. in the personal computers market. Comparison with the company's market share in the previous years; Licensing agreement with Sunselect Inc.