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"After the Sun (Microsystems) Sets, the Real Stories Come Out"

"Former Sun executives and employees gather for a reunion and talk about pranks, parties, and technical choices – the crazy and the brilliant." Read more.
IEEE Spectrum, May 30, 2014
SunReunion news

"Even Sun Microsystems Had Its Roots at Xerox PARC"

As a Stanford University graduate student in 1978, Andy Bechtolsheim took full advantage of a consulting appointment at Xerox;s fabled Palo Alto Research Center. Read more.
NY Times, May 28, 2014
SunReunion news

"Former Sun Micro Execs Recall Trail-Blazing Times"

Sun Microsystems had a knack for getting in early on big trends–sometimes crazy early. Read more.
Wall Street Journal, May 27, 2014
SunReunion news

"Sun Microsystems reunion: The legacy continues"

Four-plus years after Oracle's takeover, Sun's former execs and employees reflect on company's accomplishments. Read more.
InfoWorld, May 27, 2014

Sun News

Sun news

"The Transformers: 10 Defining Deals"

Sun Microsystems' purchase of Cray's UNIX server business. Read more.
Forbes, May 10, 2002
Sun news

"Serious Fun in the Sun"

Whether leading the world in computer innovations or pulling off some of the most outrageous and creative pranks, you can be certain of one thing – Sun Microsystems sets a shining example. Read more.
Hemispheres, April 1993
Sun news

"Sun Microsystems: The 10-Year Success Story"

10-year background from Sun PR. Sun's early history, major milestones, and its growing impact on the computer industry. Read more.
February 1992
Sun news

"Stanford SUN: Personal Work Station of the Future"

Perhaps the very first news article on Sun. Read more.
InfoWorld, Oct 12, 1981