Tyan Opteron board with LinuxBIOS for production environment?

David Hendricks cro_marmot at comcast.net
Wed Feb 9 13:44:01 CET 2005

Dr. Lu (yhlu at tyan.com) is your man. He frequents here, stay tuned and
you'll get to see him at work.

Did you have a particular Tyan board in mind? I know Dr. Lu's been doing
a lot of work on the newer Intel boards, but we had also had S2881 and
S2885 dual Opteron mainboards working quite in our lab at Los Alamos
Nat'l Lab.

On Wed, 09 Feb 2005 13:34:36 -0500
Jeremy Jackson <jerj at coplanar.net> wrote:

> Hi,
> I wonder if someone can advise me about this.  Tyan looks promising
> us, due to longer product life cycles and 3 year warranty.  We would 
> like to build identical servers for as long as possible, to minimize
> engineering and integration costs.
> We would also like to use LinuxBIOS for serial console support, good 
> integration flexibility, redundant booting support, and bootup speed.
> I would really like to talk to someone at Tyan or on the LinuxBIOS 
> mailing list about how we might accomplish this.  This is a serious 
> application in avionics.
> Thanks,
> Jeremy
> -- 
> Jeremy Jackson
> Coplanar Networks
> (519)897-1516
> http://www.coplanar.net
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