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In brief Sun has announced general availabilty of Java Enterprise System Release 3 with better identity management features.

JES helps enterprises buy and integrate their software.

Customers pay a subscription charge for JES of $140 per employee per year. Sun claims 360 customers representing 420,000 seats worldwide.

Along with better ID management features JES 3 also includes Sun Java System Application Server Enterprise Edition and Portal Server Mobile Access.

More details on Sun's website here.

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