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containing potentially dated statements from 2007, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 4Course — Sun 4 × 1.05 GB 3.5" SCSI2 disks in Dinnerbox+ package, Banias — Intel 1st generation Pentium M processors, Barcelona — AMD Opteron "K10" architecture, Barracuda — Opera 11.10 browser (Also A hard drive series from Seagate), Beagle — Novell Linux desktop search and metadata technology due with SLES 10, Blackbeard — Sun PCI SCSI hardware RAID controller, Bladerunner — Sun GUI for Jumpstart profiles, Blue Box — Apple Mac OS compatibility layer for Rhapsody, BraveHawk 200 DC3 — HP-9000 K370/K570 - 898, Brimstone — Adobe Photoshop 2.5 for Windows, Brugge — MCNLive CD Linux released May 3, 2005, Bulldozer — codename for the server and desktop processors released on October 12, 2011 by AMD, Calistoga — Intel chipsets for Napa platforms, Camelot — Sun product family name for Arthur, Excalibur, Morgan, Campfire+ — Sun Ultra Enterprise 4500 and 5500, Campus2+ — Sun SPARCStation 10SX and 10BSX, Carrera — CPU card in Sun—3/140, 3/150, 3/160, 3/180, Chrysalis Client — Sun skinny Solaris OS for Intel-based NC, ClawHammer — AMD Athlon 64 S754 130 nm processor, ClickOnce — Microsoft technology to speed application deployment in Longhorn, Clovertown — Intel Xeon 5300 series processors, Colorado II — Sun 125 MHz HyperSPARC HS21, Colorado III — Sun 150 MHz HyperSPARC SM151, Columbia — Sun 4-Disk 1.3GB IPI Elite disk tray, Combo — Sun SPARCStorage MultiPack and MultiPack 2, Companion — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 2300c, Conroe — Intel desktop processor based on Merom, Copland — Apple Mac OS Rewrite (cancelled), Coppermine — Intel Pentium 3 180 nm processor, Copperriver — Intel chipsets based on Grantsdale/Alderwood models, Corona — Microsoft Windows Media Player 9, Covington — Intel Celeron without L2 cache, Crescendo DC-440 — HP-9000 A400-44 / rp2400, Crescendo DC-W2 — HP-9000 A440-6X / rp2430, Crescendo 650 W2 — HP-9000 A500-6X / rp2470, Crescendo 750 W2 — HP-9000 A500-7X / rp2470, Crestine — Intel motherboard system logic, Cyclone — Tandem NonStop RISC (Later HP NonStop), Dartanian — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180, Darwin — Low-Level Unix layer of Apple Mac OS X, Darwin — Sun PCI-based Ultra workstations, DBLite — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 210/230, Delorean — Sun 72" StorEdge Expansion Cabinet, Derringer — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 100, Detroit — Microsoft Windows 95's cancelled successor, Dilbert — Sun SCSI2 RAID5 Storage, StorEdge A1000, StorEdge D1000, Dothan — Intel Pentium M 700-series 90 nm processor, Dobra Voda — KDE 3.2 Beta 2 ("dobra voda" is Czech for "good water"), Duracell — Sun PDB 1.2 on Ultra Enterprise 2, East Fork — Intel digital home PC platform, Echo Lake — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0, Einstein — Sun Ultra 5 360/440, Ultra 10 440/480, Elixir — Apple Macintosh Performa 6300–6360, Emerald — Microsoft Systems Management Server, Emerald — Sun cPCI Dual Differential Ultra SCSI, Energizer — Sun SPARCServer 1000PDB, SPARCCenter 2000PDB, Equinox — XMetaL Author, XMetaL Developer, and XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.6 Service Pack 1, Escher — Apple Macintosh PowerBook Duo 270c, Eveready — Sun E1000 dual AC power grid option, Excalibur — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5400, Excalibur — Sun Multiprocessor UltraSPARC III, Falcon — Microsoft Message Transaction Service, Fanwood — Intel Itanium 2 1.6 GHz processor, Fanwood LV — Intel low voltage Itanium 2 1.3 GHz processor, Fester — RIAA project to announce downloads at RIAA servers, Fisher — Red Hat Linux 7.0.90 (reference to, Flagship — Apple Power Macintosh 8100/110, Foster — Intel Xeon 180 nm processor (Pentium 4-based), Freestyle — Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition, Freeze — RIAA project to remotely hang computers searching for MP3 files, Galaxy — Sun SPARCServer 600MP, 630MP, 670MP, 690MP, Galiano — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0 Service Pack 4, Galileo — Microsoft Enterprise Studio for .NET, Galileo — Sun Ultra 10 cancelled replacement, Gallatin — Intel Xeon MP or Pentium 4 Extreme Edition w/ 2MB L3 cache, Gaston 2 — Intel wireless Ethernet technology, Gemini — Sun UltraSPARC dual processor CPU due in 2004, Gemini-64 — SCO project to adapt UnixWare to 64-bit processors, General Protection Fault — Lunar Linux 1.4.0, Genie — Sun browser-based tool for Solaris, Godzilla — Sun Ultra 10 cancelled replacement, Grantsdale — Intel i915P and i915G chipsets, Greenwich — Microsoft Office 2003 real-time collaboration, Grimoire — Sorcerer Linux current unstable, Gryphon — Microsoft Windows CE 2.01, Palm PC 1.0, Guinness — Silicon Graphics Indy Workstation, Haarlem — MCNLive CD Linux released February 13, 2005, Harpertown — Intel Xeon 5400 series processors, Hermes — Microsoft Windows CE 2.11 for Webphones, Hobo — Sun 4800b keyboard/mouse for Gypsy, HotJava — Sun web browser written in Java, Hydra — Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Server Edition, Hyperbolic — Apple Power Macintosh with an Exponential, ICE-T — Sun Java front-end development tool client/server C/C++ apps, ICSN.com — (I Can't Say Nothing) About.com, Indigo — Microsoft .NET communication technologies, Infinite Improbability Drive — TransGaming WineX 3.3, Instatower — Apple Macintosh Performa 6400, Irwindale — Intel Xeon 90 nm processor w/ 2MB L2 cache, Italy — AMD Opteron 200-series 90 nm dual-core processor, Jasper — Sun StorEdge PCI Dual Ultra3 SCSI Adapter, Javelin — Sun 2 CPU PCI midrange workgroup server, Jayhawk — Intel Xeon processor based on Tejas; project cancelled, JeDI — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 150 ("Just Did It"), Jeeves — Sun Java-powered Internet Server software (Java Web Server), Jonah — Intel 3rd generation Pentium M core (also known as Yonah), Jupiter — Microsoft Windows CE 2.11, Handheld PC Professional (3.0), Jupiter — Microsoft XML-based web services products, Kansas — Apple Power Macintosh 8600 and 9600, Katmai — Intel Pentium 3 250 nm processor, Kelowna — XMetaL Author 4.0 Service Pack 1, Klamath — Intel Pentium 2 350 nm processor, Krakatoa — Sun GUI/deskset tools for JavaStation, HotJava Views, Lady Kenmore — Apple Macintosh Performa 200, Ladner — XMetaL Developer 4.0 Service Pack 1, LaGrande — Intel's security features in new processors, Landshark — HP 9000 PA-RISC 8600 processor PCX-W+, Leadville — Sun StorEdge network foundation software, Liberation — White Box Enterprise Linux 3.0, Lightweight — Sun NEBS-compliant Ultra server, Limbo — Red Hat Linux 7.3.29 / 7.3.93 / 7.3.94, Love Shack — Apple Macintosh Portable (backlit), Luzon — Sun TDMA IWF for Lucent Technologies, Macintosh IIce — Apple Macintosh Quadra 700, Macintosh IIex — Apple Macintosh Quadra 900, Macintosh IIvm — Apple Macintosh Performa 600, MACIO — Sun Ethernet, Parallel and SCSI ASIC chip, Madison — Intel Itanium 2 130 nm processor w/ up to 6MB L3 cache, Madison 9M — Intel Itanium 2 130 nm processor w/ 9MB L3 cache, Main Street — Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3/350-400, Manchester — AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual core processor w/ 2*512KB L2 cache, Manila — AMD Sempron 90 nm processor (Socket AM2 w/ DDR2-667), Mantaray — Sun-4/370 deskside, 12-slot pedestal system, Marathon — Intel 2700G graphics accelerator, Marblehead — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0 Service Pack 1, Matterhorn2 — Sun ACL 4/100, ETL 4/1800, StorEdge L1800, Meerkat — Sun Serengeti System Controller board, Mendocino — Intel Celeron 250 nm processor with L2 cache, Mercury — Microsoft Windows CE 2.0, Handheld PC 2.0, Merlin — Microsoft Windows CE 3.0, Pocket PC 2002, Merom — Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile processor, Mighty Cat — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 2400c, Millington — Intel dual—core two-way Itanium 2 processor due mid-2005, Montana — Apple Power Macintosh 8600 and 9600, Montvale — Intel successor to Montecito processors due 2007, Moonshine — Sun backplane bus for 12 and 16 slot chassis, also Fedora 7 Linux, Moosehead — Silicon Graphics O2 Workstation, Mozilla — Netscape Navigator (since spun off as its own name and browser), Mr. Coffee — Sun 1st generation JavaStation 1, Mulligan — Apple Macintosh Portable (backlit), Mustang — Red Hat Linux 4.9 / 4.9.1 / 4.96, Mustang — Sun Java 2 Standard Edition 6.0 (due 2006), Nashville — Microsoft Windows 96 (discontinued), Nautilus — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 2400c, Nehalem — Intel's 45 nm Technology Process, Neptune — Microsoft Windows 2000 Home Edition (cancelled), Nevada — Apple Power Macintosh 9500/180-200, Newcastle — AMD Athlon 64 processor with 512KB L2 cache, Niagara — Sun UltraSPARC 8-processor CPU, successor to Gemini, due in 2005, Northwood — Intel Pentium 4 130 nm processor, Odin — TinySofa Enterprise Server Linux 2.0, Odyssey — Microsoft Windows 2000's cancelled successor, Omega — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 190/190c, Orbit — Sun SolarNet PC-X terminal software, Orleans — AMD Athlon 64 90 nm processor (Socket AM2 w/ DDR2-667), Osoyoos — XMetaL Author and Developer 4.0 Trial Version, Osprey — Sun Millennium-based workgroup server, Pacifica — AMD processor virtualizat ion features, Palermo — AMD Sempron S754 90 nm processor, Palladium — Microsoft Next Generation Secure Computing Base (Microsoft Codename Longhorn component), Palomino — AMD Athlon XP/MP 180 nm processor, Paris — AMD Sempron S754 130 nm processor, Penryn — Intel Core 2 "Core architecture" 45 nm die shrink with SSE4, Persistence — TinySofa Enterprise Linux 2.0-pre3, Phoenix — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5420/5500, Photon — Sun Enterprise Network Array A5000, Pike's Peak — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 145B, Piltdown Man — Apple Power Macintosh 6100/60, Pineapple — Sun PCI framebuffer/graphics for U30, Pismo — Apple PowerBook G3 (version with Firewire Ports), Pluto — Sun SPARCStorage Array Model 101, 102, 112, Power Express — Apple Power Macintosh G3 Pro, Prelude — Sun Solaris/Workshop for Objects, Prescott — Intel Pentium 4 500 series, successor to Northwood, Presler — Intel Pentium 4 6×1 series, successor to Prescott-2M, Project Needlemouse — Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 1, Puffin — Google desktop search application, Q88 — Apple Mac Mini (headless affordable mac), Q97 — Apple FireWire interface for GarageBand, Quadra 1000 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 840av, QuattroXL — Sun QuadFastEthernet SBus Excel, Raphsody DC-360 — HP-9000 L1000-36 / rp5400, Raphsody DC-440 — HP-9000 L1000-44 / rp5400, Rapier — Microsoft Windows CE 3.0, Pocket PC 2000, Rawhide — Red Hat Linux unstable development tree, Replacements — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 140, Rhapsody — Apple Mac OS X Server 1.0 and enterprise OS, Road Warrior — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 170, Roadracer — Sun graphics card (GXi) for Sun386i, Rocky — Sun deskside system enclosure package, San Diego — AMD Athlon 64/FX S939 90 nm processor, Santa Rosa — Intel Centrino 4th-generation, Seam — Sun p4bus Greyscale/Mono Frame Buffer, Severn — aborted Red Hat Linux 10 (transferred to the Fedora project), Shame — RIAA project to distribute viruses in MP3 files, Shelton — Intel Banias with no L2 cache (aka Banias-0), Sherlock — Apple internet information retrieval application, Sherlock — Sun Answerbook viewable via HTML, Sherman — Sun SPARCServer Voyager motherboard, Show & Tell — Apple Macintosh Performa 630, Show & Tell — Apple Macintosh Quadra 630–638, Show Biz — Apple Macintosh Quadra 630–638, Silence — RIAA project to scan computers for MP3 files and delete them, Silverdale — Intel processor virtualization features, Sirius — Sun CPU card in Sun-3/260, 3/280, SLAVIO — Sun external serial port ASIC chip, SledgeHammer — AMD Athlon 64 FX S940 processor, Slipstream — Sun 1/2" HP Front Load Tape Drive, Smithfield — Intel Pentium D dual-core processor, Snowball — Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Solarnet — Sun PCLAN admin utilities for PC enterprise users, Spam — Sun SX imaging accelerator ASIC on motherboard, Speedbump 610 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 610, Speedbump 650 — Apple Macintosh Quadra 650, Speedway — Sun tools for optimized Java apps, Spruce Goose — Apple Macintosh PowerBook 540, Spud — Sun 688 MB drive in expansion pedestal, Sputnik — uOS — The Micro Operating System 0.81, Starbucks — Apple Workgroup Server 6150/60, 8150/80, 9150/80, Steam — Online video game distribution store and gamer network, Stinger — Microsoft Windows CE 3.0 for Smart Phones (, Stingrack — datacenter enclosure for Sun-4/390, 4/490, Stingray — deskside enclosure for Sun-4/330, Stoned Beaver — Linux kernel 2.6.0-test10, Strange Cargo — Adobe Photoshop 5.0 and 5.5, Suck — RIAA project to DOS sites offering MP3 files, Summit — Apple Workgroup Server 7250/120, 8550/132, SunDragon — Sun next generation JavaStation, SunFiler — Sun E220R + 1 -2 A1000 + Solaris 7 (StorEdge N8200), SunLink PC — Sun TotalNet Advanced Server software, SunRay 1 — Syn Network Computer desktop system, SunScreen — Sun SPF100 hardware/software firewall, SunSwift — Sun SBus 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet and Fast/wide SCSI2, Supernami — Sun 66 MHz+ microSPARC II chip, Taj Mahal — FARA on Steroids Active Measures Analytics, Tanner — Intel Pentium 3 Xeon 250 nm processor, Tanzania — Apple Power Macintosh 4400/7220, Tattle — RIAA project to scan computers and report them as pirates, Tejas — Intel processors due Q2 2005 and now cancelled, Teragrid — Distributed Terascale Facility, Texas — hacking movement in a Mexican high school operated by PLhackers, The Considerable Duck — GNOME 2.0.2 Desktop RC1, Thoroughbred — AMD Athlon XP 130 nm processor, Thunderbird — Red Hat Linux 4.8 / 4.8.1 / 4.95, Tiger Mountain — Adobe Photoshop 3.0 for Mac, Tillamook — Intel Mobile Pentium with MMX, TNT — Apple Power Macintosh 7500 ("The New Tesseract"), Today is gonna be the day — T2 Linux 2.1.0-beta, Tofino — XMetaL Author 4.0 Service Pack 2, Topaz — Microsoft Systems Management Server, Topcat — Sun microSPARC IIi + 256K cache module for Topdog, Toro — Sun Differential SCSI Expansion Pedestal, Trail — XMetaL 4.5 Service Pack 3 (XMetaL Author, Developer, XMAX and Central), Trailblazer — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5200, Transformer — Apple Macintosh Performa 5200, Transformer — Apple Power Macintosh LC 5200, TRex — Seagate/IBM DFHP-34320 4.2 GB 1.6" 7200 rpm disk, Tribble — Sun SPARCClassicX Rev 2.0 software, Tualatin — Intel Pentium III 130 nm processor, Tukwila — Intel processors due 2006 (formerly called Tanglewood), TurboGX — Sun single SBus GX card with faster 2D/3D vector, TwinPeaks — Sun Java interface to C/C++ library generator, Ucluelet — XMetaL Developer 4.0 Service Pack 2, UltraPenguin — Sun port of Linux 2.2 kernel for UltraSPARC, Union Bay — XMetaL 4.6 (XMetaL Author, Developer and XMAX), Valkyrie — SunOS 4.1.3 (Solaris 1.1 Rev B), Vanderpool — Intel Virtualization Technology, Venice— AMD Athlon 64 90 nm processor w/ 512KB L2 cache, Vegas — Sun Aurora Technology 7-slot PCI Expander, Venus — AMD Opteron 100 series processors, Vernon — XMAX (XMetaL for ActiveX) 4.0 Service Pack 2, Vertex-TX — second generation vulcan elite CPU, Viper — Ross Technology 64-bit SPARC processor, Vishera — AMD's Update to Bullzoder Released Oct 2012, VLX — Tandem NonStop 4th Generation (Later HP NonStop), Wall Street — Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3.

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