Sun rebrands software portfolio

Sun rebrands software portfolio

In an effort to streamline its marketing efforts, Sun Microsystems has rebranded its product lines iPlanet, Forte, StarOffice and Chili!Soft, bringing them all under the Sun Open Net Environment -- or Sun ONE -- brand, the company announced on Monday.

The Santa Clara, California, company will this week begin a global marketing campaign to heighten the profile of the new brand, Sun said in a statement.

Sun did not disclose any financial details of the rebranding campaign.

Products getting the Sun ONE face-lift include:

-- Sun ONE Web Server, formerly the iPlanet Web Server.

-- Sun ONE Portal Server, formerly the iPlanet Portal Server.

-- Sun ONE Application Server, formerly the iPlanet Application Server.

-- Sun ONE Directory Server, formerly the iPlanet Directory Server.

-- Sun ONE Identity Server, formerly the iPlanet Directory Server, Access Management Edition.

-- Sun ONE Messaging Server, formerly the iPlanet Messaging Server.

-- Sun ONE Calendar Server, formerly the iPlanet Calendar Server.

-- Sun ONE Integration Server, formerly iPlanet Integration Server.

-- Sun ONE Studio, formerly Forte Tools For Java.

-- Sun ONE Active Server Pages, formerly Chili!Soft ASP.

Beginning next month, Sun will also make available Version 6.0 of StarOffice 6.0 Office Suite -- a Sun ONE software offering. This includes word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software, the company said.

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