US computer firm Sun Microsystems has reported a return to profit, after five consecutive quarters of losses.
Sun has been cutting jobs to turn around the business
Demand for new products helped Sun post net profits of $126m (£64m) in the October to December quarter, compared with a net loss of $223m a year ago.
The company has been implementing a major restructuring plan, which has seen it cut thousands of jobs.
Sun said stronger sales of servers using its Sparc microchips helped to boost its performance.
"The company had a very good quarter with the return to profitability," said Pacific Crest Securities analyst Brent Bracelin. "Clearly there is momentum with the new product upgrades."