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Sun Launches Open Source and Commercial Java Tools for Chinese Developers
Sun Launches Open Source and Commercial Java Tools for Chinese Developers

(October 20, 2003) - Sun Microsystems has announced support for the simplified Chinese language in both the NetBeans 3.5.1 release and in its Sun ONE Studio 5, Standard Edition product. The NetBeans IDE is available for free download in Chinese at http://www.netbeans.org/chinese/. Sun ONE Studio is the newest release of Sun's commercially available Java IDE for Solaris, Linux, and Windows platforms designed for enterprise developers who are creating and deploying two-tier Java Web applications and n-tier J2EE applications.

The introduction of these new tools offerings to China are designed to ease development of Java applications and increase productivity of developers, allow for innovation, and faster time to market.

"Java technology demonstrates once again its potential to spawn new markets and with them new opportunities for Java developers, vendors and their customers," said Rich Green, vice president of developer platforms at Sun Microsystems. "With today's announcement, Sun is making Java technology more accessible than ever to the broadest range of Java developers - from enterprise developers to individual developers, working in open source with a large community development and support program, to a commercial environment with dedicated support from Sun - further strengthening its position as the platform of choice for network computing."

Sun ONE Studio 5, Standard Edition is a complete replacement for the previous version's Enterprise Edition and is available now at over 50% of the previous version, which is a significantly reduced price.

The availability of these Java development environments in simplified Chinese, demonstrates Sun Microsystems' commitment to enable Chinese developers of all skill levels and from any industry segment, to architect and build Java applications.

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