A Unix workstation produced by Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the 1980s, based on the Motorola 68020. Successor to the Sun-2 Workstation, followed by the Sun-4 Workstation. The Sun-3 had a custom MMU. A couple of mutant models used an entirely different architecture.
- Sun-4 workstation
computer A Unix workstation produced by Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the late 1980s[?], based on SPARC processors. The Sun-4 followed the Sun-3 Workstation. Later SPARC-based workstations were called “SPARCstations”. [Details? Dates? Was “Sun-4” a SPARCstation?] (2001-03-11)
SUNA Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates
noun 1. a novel (1926) by Ernest Hemingway.
- Sun-and-planet gear
[suhn-uh n-plan-it] /ˈsʌn ənˈplæn ɪt/ noun, Machinery. 1. a planetary epicyclic gear train.