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This is Sun's official next generation web tier (aka Web 2.0) overview. This presentation is aimed at both existing and new customers who might want to hear a broad overview of Sun's strategy to address the next generation web tier market. It can be used in its entirety, or in sections as needed. NOTE to presenter: It's ok to use “Web 2.0” once or twice so your audience understands some context, but it shouldn't be central to our message. “Next generation web tier”, or “next generation dynamic architecture” is preferrable over “Web 2.0”. START Thank you for your time today. I know that some of you in the room may not have look at Sun for a while, while others have been doing business with us for some time. We have found over the past year that even those that have a history with us are unaware of some of significant innovations that we've brought to to the market..