The Register writes on “Sun’s decision to end-of-life every Cobalt product, including the elegant Qube and RaQ systems, with no replacements planned. And with Cobalt’s demise ends a couple of eras – one of dotcom hype-driven investments and another marking the death of the server appliance.”
I think that there is still a market opportunity for server appliances – focused not on data centres, but on SMEs. This means selling one server at a time. It is what I see as the future of Pragatee: server appliances that form the IT infrastructure for SMEs.