The New York Times
that Sun's Solaris operating system may be falling out of favor.
"Sun officials believe the 16-year-old Solaris platform remains a pivotal, innovative platform. But at the Linux Foundation, there is a no-conciliatory stance; the attitude there is to tell Solaris and Sun to move out of the way. "The future is Linux and Microsoft Windows," says foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin. "It is not Unix or Solaris."
Solaris, he said, has almost no new deployments and is a legacy operating environment offered by a company with financial difficulties.
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