The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

Happy Early Merry Christmas Brian


I bought you something and you should be receiving it shortly in the mail.

Have to click below the fold to open your present....

I want one too.

IBM employees (Doug Decker, right, New Paltz N.Y.; and Richard Nelson, Kingston, N.Y.) ready a new z10 mainframe computer for shipment at the company's Poughkeepsie, N.Y., plant. A single z10 offers the computing power of 1,500 PC-style servers, uses 85 percent less electricity and occupies 85% less floor space. The all-new z10 is IBM's first mainframe purpose-built to handle the exploding demand for digital transactions enabled by the Internet



#1 Brian C. Ledbetter 29-Aug-2008
Brings back memories of the most awesomest computer I ever had the pleasure of installing software on. Harken back to the dark days of 2002, when during the Big Stand-Up of the Transportation Security Administration, we were tasked with deploying Oracle e-Business Suite (and related software) on [url=]one of [i]these[/i] bad boys[/url]. Nothing makes a database quite as happy as having 106 processors to play with!

Oh wait. Except maybe having 1,500 processors to play with. ;)
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