Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 20th Aug 2005 10:45 UTC
Oracle and SUN It took 18 months for it to happen, but the hand of Bechtolsheim is about to touch Sun Microsystems. One of the more impressive features of the Becky Boxes is the way components can be replaced. Disk drives can be removed from the front of the system without pulling the box from the server rack and power supplies can be yanked from the back. Administrators can also remove fans by pulling the server only about 10 inches out of a rack. The system will ship in the same chassis as Sun's upcoming Niagara-based systems.
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RE: Smart move
by akro on Mon 22nd Aug 2005 18:50 UTC in reply to "Smart move"
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Actually Sun's 99XX series arrays are rebranded Hitachi Arrays so from a HW perspective they the same as an XP or Tagma Store... of course now that they bought storage tek I am curious to see where things go on SUN storage side...

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