Sun unveils Greater China incubation plan

A venture capital club and incubator centres aim to provide six months free development time for promising start-ups.

Sun Microsystems has expanded its iForce partner programme in Greater China to include a Venture Capital Club comprised of 10 leading venture capitalists in the region, and 15 incubation centres at which promising start-ups can develop their products on Sun hardware totally free of charge.

Sun has invested $20 million in installing racks of hardware at these incubation centres, which are located in partners premises. In Hong Kong, for example, the centres are located at PCCW and Smartone premises,...

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