my inner geek [firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
>All the disc array hardware could stay the same, for now, except the
>hard drives themselves would just be superscalar ram wavers, instead
>of platters! Gee, what a concept! Time to bring back Melinda and
>have her pull out the check book.
*Shrug* What's so revolutionary about that? I had an Anamartic 128MB SCSI
RAM wafer-drive six or seven years ago. Windows 3.x ran real fast when you
had all the executables and swap file on a SCSI drive with microsecond
Shame about the $20,000+ price-tag... apparently they mostly sold them
Shame about the $20,000+ price-tag... apparently they mostly sold themas swap disks for VAXes and the like, because at the time that was a small fraction of the cost of buying a 128MB RAM upgrade for those machines.