On 25 Februaury 1982 Stanford University electrical engineering student Andreas Bechtolsheim teamed up with fellow university mates Scott McNealy and Vinod Khosla as well as Bill Joy, a computer science student at the University of Califomia, Berkeley. From this partnership of four, Stanford University Network, better known as Sun, was born. Computerworld has briefly recaptured the past two decades with this timeline.
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