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Java Quotes From NCO4-Q1 in San Francisco

Java Quotes From NCO4-Q1 in San Francisco

"[Java's] not about just PCs, but everything of value on the network."

"Java is everywhere. It's not about just PCs, but everything of value on the network. Java technology runs on over 200 million cell phones around the world, 500 million Java cards, 550 million PCs and 80 percent of the enterprise servers in the world."

Ingrid Van den Hoogen, Director of Strategic Marketing, Sun


"Your clocks, cars, pets, thermostats and luggage will be connected"

"It will be an Internet of things. Your stuff will be connected so you don't have to [be]. Your clocks, cars, pets, thermostats and luggage will be connected. Your car will run an auction with gas stations in range, negotiating best price to refill your tank [and] will also check to see what is low in your fridge and direct you to [the] nearest gas station with convenience store."

Scott McNealy, Chairman, President & CEO of Sun
[replying to a question about what he thinks the Internet will be like in 10 years]


"Java Enterprise System...at the core of the Internet"

"The Solaris operating system and the Sun Java Enterprise System are at the core of the Internet, delivering unbeatable security and scalability for the most demanding customers around the globe. With the introduction of Solaris 10, we're now broadening our focus to deliver better Linux compatibility than any OS on the market, breathtaking performance on Intel and Opteron systems, along with our UltraSPARC family, and a breadth of utilization and security offerings never before seen in a commercially available operating system.

Jonathan Schwartz, executive vice president of software, Sun

 

 

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