Vibrant buys and sells used Sun Storage and Disk Systems, storage arrays and disk drives.  Vibrant also sells Sun StorEdge and StorageTek Disk Systems.  Even though Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle, we continue to carry legacy Sun Storage Arrays and Disk Systems, fully tested and guaranteed by our Vibrant warranty.

To get more information on our Sun systems Contact Us today.  If you would like pricing information on your used Sun systems please Request a Quote.

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Storagetek 3036638XX
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L700/L180 Picker

Sun 2530
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Storage Array

SUN 370-3956
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T3 Battery Pack

Sun 371-0105
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3320 JBOD Chassis with Midplane Assembly/FRU

Sun 380-0481
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LTO Drive Assembly

Sun 599-2262
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StorEdge Multipack 6 Bay

Sun 6130
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6130 StorEdge Array

Sun A1000
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Storage Array

Sun D130
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Storage Enclosure for D130

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12/24GB 4mm DDS-3 Tape Drive

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SDLT600 LVD Tabletop Drive Unit

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T3+ StorEdge Array

Founded in 1982, Sun Microsystems, Inc. has significantly evolved several key computing technologies, among them Unix, RISC processors, thin client computing, and virtualized computing.  By 1983, Sun was known for producing 68000-based systems with high-quality graphics.  These systems were the only computers other than DEC’s VAX to run 4.2BSD.  Sun products include computer servers and workstations, storage systems, and a suite of software products.  For the first decade of Sun’s History, the company positioned its products as technical workstations.  Because of their strategic product position, Sun was able to compete successfully as a low-cost vendor during the Workstation Wars of the 1980s.  Sun then shifted its hardware product line to emphasize servers and storage.


On June 2, 2005, Sun announced it would purchase Storage Technology Corporation (StorageTek), a deal which was completed in August 2005.  In 2006, Sun introduced the StorageTek 5800 System, the first application-aware programmable storage solution.

In late 2008, Sun announced the Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage systems (code named Amber Road).  Transparent placement of data in the systems' solid state drives (SSD) and conventional hard drives was managed by ZFS to take advantage of the speed of SSDs and the economy of conventional hard disks.  Other storage products included Sun Fire X4500 storage server and SAM-QFS file system, as well as storage management software.


The Oracle Corporation specializes in developing and marketing computer hardware systems as well as enterprise software products and is headquartered in Redwood City, California. Oracle was co-founded in 1977 by Larry Ellison, Bob Miner, and Ed Oates. Originally, Oracle was named Software Development Laboratories and over the years has had many changes made to that name before it became what it is today.

Oracle became the first company to commercially offer a relational database management system, two years before IBM debuted its own RDBMS system.  After this initial release, Oracle quickly became profitable and by 1982 Oracle was reaching revenues of $2.5 million.

On January 27, 2010, Sun was acquired by Oracle Corporation. The following month, Sun Microsystems, Inc. was merged with Oracle USA, Inc. to become Oracle America.

Vibrant carries an assortment of Sun Disk Storage systems. We buy and sells legacy Sun Storage and Disk Storage systems. Please Contact Us today to get more information on the Sun systems that we carry.  If you would like pricing information please Request a Quote.