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SunDay is next Tuesday (1/24)


Sun Microsystems, Inc. Presents:
SunDay at University of North Texas

DATE: 1/24/2006
VENUE: University of North Texas, Information Sciences Building - Room 201
TIME: 9:30 AM - 12 Noon

Join Sun Microsystems for an update in most recent products, services and
offers during this interactive SunDay. Refer to the agenda listed below for
more details.


Sun is once again revolutionizing the industry by introducing new technologies
that dramatically reduce overall cost and complexity. How is this done? Quite
simply, we focused on both hardware and software innovations that provide
better management, development and deployment of applications and technology
resources throughout the enterprise.


9:30 AM To 9:40 AM Welcome, Sun Update Overview, & Refreshments
9:40 AM To 10:10 AM Enterprise & Volume Server Roadmap
10:10 AM To 10:30 AM Solaris 10
10:30 AM To 10:50 AM Storage & Data Management
10:50 AM To 11:10 AM Other Sun Updates (Star Office 8)
11:10 AM To 11:30 PM Sun Partner Highlight: Elluminate
11:30 AM To 12:00 PM Open Forum and Q&A


This event is free of charge. Food and beverage will be provided.


We look forward to seeing you at University of North Texas and helping you on
your way to a much simpler, less costly, technology infrastructure!

Denise Smith
Account Executive
Sun Microsystems, Inc.


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