[RC5] Somebody's _got_ to write a client for this thing!

Clark Faulkner wired_wonder at hotmail.com
Wed May 6 08:46:49 EDT 1998


In regards to the new Alpha chip, does anyone know where one could 
purchase just the board and chip, without acquiring the whole system 
from Digital?  This machine would work great stripped down bare-bone.  


>Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 01:25:23 +1000 (EST)
>From: Bruce Campbell <bc at thehub.com.au>
>To: rc5 at llamas.net
>Subject: Re: [RC5] Somebody's _got_ to write a client for this thing!
>Reply-To: rc5 at llamas.net
>
>On Sun, 3 May 1998, Alan S. Petrillo wrote (in rc5-digest):
>
>> - -----Forwarded message from Newsletter Internetwk
>> Digital this week plans to add support for a 600-MHz Alpha processor 
to 
>> its 7305 freestanding and 7305R rack-mounted servers, which run up to 
>> four processors. The servers are designed to run enterprise 
applications 
>> such as Oracle DataMart and Lotus Notes/Domino, supporting up to 
6,000 
>> Notes mail users, Digital said. By Mitch Wagner
>
>Anyone want to write a client for my dialin boxes (Bay 5399s that have 
a
>486DX2/66 CPU in them ) ? ;)
>
>--==--
>Bruce.
>
>um dois tres
>
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