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By | Kelly Fiveash 21st June 2007 11:57

Sun loses UK head

Surprise departure

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Sun Microsystems' UK managing director Trudy Norris Grey has left the firm after nearly two years' service.

According to CRN, Sun confirmed that "Trudy-Norris Grey, president and managing director, Sun Microsystems UK and Ireland has left the company to pursue other opportunities.

"We are grateful for the contribution Trudy has made to the business over recent years. A new head of the UK and Ireland will be announced shortly."

Grey had been at the IT infrastructure firm since July 2005.

She previously held the role of UK channel vice president at Oracle. ®

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