(Virtually) At Your Data Network's Service

September 24, 2004

[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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