The U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS) said this week that it purchased 5,000 licenses for Sun Microsystems Inc.’s Java Desktop System (JDS) as an alternative to Windows, in a move that could potentially open the door for greater use of the open-source software by the health agency.

The NHS is currently implementing a

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