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Photos: Next wave of Niagara

Sun is focusing on its next wave of Niagara-based servers.
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John Fowler

John Fowler, executive vice president of Sun Microsystems' server group, discusses virtualization technology at a meeting with reporters Tuesday at Sun offices in Menlo Park, Calif.

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Niagara 2 server prototype

A prototype of a Niagara 2-based server was on display at the Fall Processor Forum last week in San Jose, Calif. This model, like current Niagara servers, has a single processor; Sun plans to begin selling Niagara 2 servers in the second half of 2007.

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