GreenBytes has turned its Solidarity flash array into what it's called an IO Offload Engine: a bit of gear purpose-built for weathering storms on storage networks caused by thousands of virtual desktops booting up and such like. Sitting in front of a storage array, taking care of the heavy IO lifting, it is sold to service …
> storage networks caused by thousands of virtual desktops booting up
Am I the first to say, "Linux live CD over http via squid"
I know, it isn't the year of the linux desktop. Just keep a tally of how much your windows 7 desktop is costing you.
Reads like a press release.