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Sun Netra

The Sun Netra brand has been used for a variety of server computers from Sun Microsystems since 1994. The original Netra servers (such as the Netra i and Netra j models) were re-badged SPARCstation and Sun Ultra series systems bundled with server application software.[1] [2]

Later the Netra name was mainly used for a series of ruggedized Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS)-certified carrier grade servers for telecommunications applications. [3]


  1. ^ John J. Mclaughlin (1994-09-21). "SunFlash Weekly Digest - Sept 12 to Sept 18 1994".  
  2. ^ "Systems - Ultra 1 Model 140/170 (A11)".  
  3. ^ "Sun Netra Carrier-Grade Systems".  

External links

  • Netra servers at

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