Sun Microsystems is spending #60 million over three years setting up a headquarters in Farnborough, Hampshire where it will consolidate its seven main offices in the Southeast area of the UK, though it will retain its office in the City of London.
The investment is being driven from the US and has been targetted at the UK because Sun sees it as a very strong market for IT vendors and it needs somewhere to accommodate the increased numbers of staff due to rapid business growth over the last three years.
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