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iPlanet Becomes a Division of Sun

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iPlanet is now a division of Sun and remains a core component of the SunTM Open Net Environment (Sun ONE).
In an open letter to customers, Sun Chairman and CEO Scott McNealy reviews the three-year collaboration between Sun and AOL Time Warner called iPlanetTM E-Commerce Solutions, a Sun-Netscape Alliance, whose goal was to develop a superior infrastructure software platform to enable the creation and delivery of Web services. The alliance concluded its business on March 17, 2002.
According to McNealy, Sun retains the intellectual property rights for all the products developed by the alliance, and the product engineering and support organizations are now fully staffed by Sun employees. McNealy affirms that the iPlanet organization and products are critical to Sun, which is committed to their success.
McNealy also extends an invitation to join the Sun ONE Inner Circle Program as a means of staying in touch with the latest developments and practices involving Sun ONE and the iPlanet portfolio.
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