Monday, August 16, 2004

WSJ.com - Sun Seeks to Woo Corporate Users Away From H-P

WSJ.com - Sun Seeks to Woo Corporate Users Away From H-P "After Hewlett-Packard Co.'s poor enterprise computing results last week, rival Sun Microsystems Inc. said it will capitalize on the weakness by ramping up a program to steal corporate customers away from H-P.
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Sun is aiming to make this program, dubbed "H-P Away," attractive to current H-P customers by keeping it inexpensive. H-P clients who choose to move to Sun's servers won't have to make any payments and won't have to pay any interest on Sun products until 2005, the company said. H-P customers who move to Sun's AMD Opteron servers will get a 40% discount off the machines as long as they also subscribe to the Solaris operating system."
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