According to The Register, Sun is set to announce Xeon- and Niagara-based blades at an event in DC next month.
Next month, it should release a system code-named Wolf that is a four-socket Xeon-based box. That four-socket system will slot into Sun’s existing chassis, as we reported last month. We’re guessing that Sun will sell a two-socket blade as well and that the new products will be called the Sun Blade X6000 and X6220, respectively.
We’re also guessing that Sun’s UltraSPARC T1-based blade will be called the T6300, which was meant to ship in March.