Isn't ironic? Sun bails on NW's NOS debate

Gallant, John
December 1999
Network World;12/06/99, Vol. 16 Issue 49, p54
Trade Publication
Editorial. Focuses on the decision of Sun Microsystems Inc. to decline to participate in a debate at the ComNet conference. Companies that agreed to send representative for the debate; Implication of Sun's absence to IBM.


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