In late 70s I "drilled" our two VAX Comets and one Star together with Ethernet segment. This was the first Ethernet installation in Helsinki. I felt that this is a great way of cabling systems together.
To celebrate this DEC, Xerox and Intel invention, I hand wrote a Fast Flash of the first Ethernet installation and I photo copied it on every desk in our small DEC office. Next morning I was regarded as a nut, so what, just a piece of cable. Does it make any difference? Well, the difference is now here, no tokens left. Just one mighty Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet and
10Gigabit Ethernet. One simple and standard way of hooking anything together.
Gigabit Ethernet is now hooking a bunch of servers and StorageWorks MSA1510i smart storage arrays together. Economical SATA disks and fast SCSI drives are all shown in this fresh IP SAN Golden Eggs.
NEW: HP MSA1510i 48TB IP SAN, SCSI and SATA
UPDATE: HP MSA1500 48TB storage, SCSI and SATA
UPDATE: HP Integrity Family Portrait, IA64