SQL Server 2014 Embedded
Probably worth updating the article to point to this link Chris: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windows-embedded/archive/2014/03/18/microsoft-sql-server-2014-now-available-to-direct-oems.aspx
The SQL Server community in the UK is massive with SQL Relay, SQL Bits, SQL Saturday and dozens of regional user groups, the reason I mention, it's nothing new that Fusion-IO, Violin and other storage vendors have for the past couple of years been showing off these capabilities through talks, sponsorship etc..
The real story here is that SQL Server 2014 embedded is available for OEM, we've had SQL Server appliances for SQL Server 2012 for a while now but built around DASD made up by spindles; the flash move is something new. The Buffer Pool extensions to SQL Server have been introduced as a cost effective method of circumventing the significant cost of producing the IOps required from a SAN architecture.
Roll on the day hey - we are all on commodity storage in the cloud or embedded SQL Server in an appliance so we no longer have to move our data across 8 or 16Gbit connections from the SAN into the server (move the program to the data rather than the data to the program).