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TPMs - 3rd Party Maintenance & Repair Services for SPARC systems

Even the best systems in the world can fail. This section of the directory includes companies which can provide service contracts or ad hoc repairs. It's focused on organizations which provide multivendor support (including support for SPARC).

Sentinel 32 - Sun compatible KVM switches
Secure "Solaris Ready" Console Server
from Thinklogical

See also:-

article:- Surviving the Solaris x86 Wars
Squeak! - the Solid State Disks Buyers Guide
Squeak! - the Fastest Growing Storage Companies
article:- Predicting the Next 3 Years in the SPARC Server Market - (2007 to 2009)
Data Recovery Services, High Availability SPARC systems, Tape drives & systems, Test equipment - STORAGE, Training, SPARC based computers, SPARC manufacturers, STORAGE Services, SAN training, Sun VARs USA

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10 Ten Tips for a Successful RAID Implementation - article by Infortrend

Editor:- In the 20 years since I first worked on RAID I've read and published countless articles about this subject.

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3rd Party Sun SPARC Maintainers in the USA
Alkor Service

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Intraserve Systems

Intrepid

Logicon

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Quest International

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Terix Computer
Sun Ray compatible notebooks from Accutech
Sun Ray compatible notebooks
from Accutech Ultrasystems
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