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Sun MicroSystems Information

Established by Stanford University students in 1982 and known as the developer of the JavaScript platform, Sun MicroSystems is one of the original Silicon Valley tech corporations. The company name is derived from an acronym of Stanford University Network, an early student project to develop computer workstations for the university. In the right place at the right time, Sun MicroSystems reported profits in its first quarter. Specializing in individual computer workstations, network components, processors, high-power servers and data storage systems, Sun MicroSystems emerged as the premier provider of IT services for businesses and corporations entering the booming dot-com sector. In addition to IT services, Sun MicroSystems manufactures and distributes hardware, components and printers, as well as toner and ink cartridges for the SPARCprinter E and SPRN series of high-capacity laser printers.

For almost two decades, Sun MicroSystems experienced continuous upward growth developing software, hardware and components designed to integrate with the Java platform. Less than four years after its inception, Sun MicroSystems held its initial public offering, debuting on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol SUNW, which is now JAVA. After 9/11 and the end of the tech bubble, Sun MicroSystems experienced a fall in profits for the first time. In a saturated market, Sun MicroSystems was forced to sell off valuable assets and high-end products at bargain prices. By streamlining business operations, Sun MicroSystems was able to regain profitability and increase revenue from growth in engineering sectors overseas.

In the first quarter of 2010, the mammoth computer and IT conglomerate Oracle added Sun MicroSystems and the Java division to a long list of subsidiaries specializing in hardware, servers and middleware. According to official data, Oracle paid more than $7 billion to acquire Sun MicroSystems, including the company's full range of software, hardware and digital printers manufactured in Oregon. The Oracle Corporation continues to manufacture and distribute the SPARCprinter E and the SPRN series of laser printers, as well as toner cartridges and refills kits for printers manufactured by Sun MicroSystems and compatible brands.

Designed for high-volume print jobs, printers manufactured by Sun MicroSystems were originally marketed to the same clientele as the company's large-scale servers and data management systems. With high-capacity toner cartridges designed to yield a large number of pages, Sun MicroSystems replacement cartridges produced by the original equipment manufacturer can be costly to replace. By switching to toner refills kits or remanufactured toner cartridges for the Sun SPARCprinter E or SPRN series of laser printers, consumers will never have to pay retail prices for replacement filters again. Buying toner in bulk quantities from us or using remanufactured toner cartridges is the newest way to make an environmentally-conscious decision that saves money.

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