Live from CeBIT: Leader of the pack
It seems that we lead the pack again. A quote from the Register:
Sun insisted that a disconnect between memory (slow) and processor (fast) speeds had given rise to a need for new chip designs. Sun also began to jump on the "green computing" bandwagon, saying that lower-power processors would help save energy, although it pushed this idea less than the memory disconnect thing back in 2002 and 2003. At this week's IDF, Intel more or less recycled Sun's old slides.
From my view the most people, who visit us on CeBIT don’t believe how efficient the T1-systems are. Until we show them our rack with 5 T2000 and a powermeter.