Sun Startup Essentials to sponsor November Startup indexes

Posted by Rob Lewis

Techvibes is pleased to announce that Sun Microsystems and their Startup Essentials Program will be the official sponsor of our startup indexes for the month of November. Look out for the Sun-branded November indexes on Monday, November 3rd.

So what is Sun's Startup Essentials Program?

In today's aggressive market, startup companies are constantly challenged and looking for ways to help get their products and services to market quickly and to design them in such a way to scale as they grow.The Sun Startup Essentials program is designed specifically to help startups get off the ground rapidly and at lower cost.

The fee-free Startup Essentials program is a great way for new companies to get their big ideas off the ground.The program consists of discounted or free products and services designed with startups in mind.In addition a quick application and online catalogue delivers what you need fast.The program offers deep discounts on industry leading, power efficient systems and storage products, massively scalable Web hosting services, plus free training and technical advice.

If you're interested in learning more about the Startup Essentials Program, complete the online application form and if you qualify you'll be invited to take advantage of the highly-discounted program designed to make it easy to get Sun systems and software up and running quickly (be sure to enter 'techvibes' as your tracking code).

Company:
Sun Microsystems
Website:
http://ca.sun.com/
Location:
Markham, Ontario, Canada

In today's aggressive market, startup companies are constantly challenged and looking for ways to help get their products and services to market quickly and to design them in such a way to scale as they grow.The Sun Startup Essentials program is designed specifically to help startups get off the ground rapidly and at lower cost. The fee-free Startup Essentials program is a great way for new companies to get their... more


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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more




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