Sun Microsystems yesterday slashed support cost for its Solaris operating system. During a meeting with reporters later on the day, the company's software boss Rich Green (pictured below) declared an all-out war on Red Hat.
"A number of issues have come together to create an opportunity for Sun that we are in an excellent position to fill."
Sun stressed that it isn't cocky for the sake of being cocky (which used to be the firm's trademark). Solaris is certified on more hardware platforms than Red Hat. Sun is a better open source citizen than Red Hat (as recognized by a recent EU report) and the company has more support agents.
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