(Virtually) At Your Data Network's Service

Friday Sep 24th 2004 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

Former Cobalt and Sun Microsystems exec Stephen DeWitt brings Azul Systems out of stealth mode with an application specific service for data centers.

[From internetnews.com]

A Silicon Valley startup is preparing to make its official debut next week with a network service it claims will help boost production in data centers.

After two years in semi-stealth mode, former Cobalt CEO and Sun Microsystems exec Stephen DeWitt is expected to launch Azul Systems. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company -- whose name means blue in Spanish -- is expected to launch a service it calls "network attached processing." The concept is similar to virtualization and provisioning of compute cycles commonly found in cluster or grid environments.

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