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LSI CTO touts promise of flash, open source

9/7/2012 04:00 PM EDT
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jhinkle0
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re: LSI CTO touts promise of flash, open source
jhinkle0   9/10/2012 10:27:25 PM
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Understand your thought, but the same thing was also said about open source software. The overall question is where the ROI comes from...

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rick merritt   9/8/2012 12:48:12 AM
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I just had a walk through of the Open Vault storage component of Facebook's Open Compute project. Watch for details early next week.

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goafrit   9/8/2012 12:42:23 AM
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Most times when companies come together to do open source in hardware, I tend to think they are not serious. They never get the best minds to waste their time on open source for hardware.

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rick merritt   9/7/2012 11:44:13 PM
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How are you handling the flash land grab? What would you like to see in open source storage?

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