Inside System Storage -- by Tony Pearson

Tony Pearson Tony Pearson is a Master Inventor and Senior IT Specialist for the IBM System Storage product line at the IBM Executive Briefing Center in Tucson Arizona, and featured contributor to IBM's developerWorks. In 2011, Tony celebrated his 25th year anniversary with IBM Storage on the same day as the IBM's Centennial. He is author of the Inside System Storage series of books. This blog is for the open exchange of ideas relating to storage and storage networking hardware, software and services. You can also follow him on Twitter @az990tony.
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1 HareTim commented Permalink

You're right there's no need to bring up past wars - but, I have to mention that the reader was wrong, anyway. It was the last surviving member from the first World War (ironically called "The War To End All Wars"). <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> I've always known IBM built reliability into its hardware, but these photos are still astounding. Thanks for the article.

2 TonyPearson commented Permalink

Tim, <br /> Thanks for the comment! I found the details, and apparently Frank Buckles served in both WWI and WWII. Although he passed away in February, Tucson decided to have the flags at half mast in his honor the day my post went out. He was 110 years old, he lied about his age to serve in the army so young. <div>&nbsp;</div> http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1361349/Americas-surviving-WW1-veteran-Frank-Buckles-dies-aged-110-years-old.html

3 XPaket commented Permalink

Tony could you please uploade more Pictures, many of us want to see more details of the earthquake. <div>&nbsp;</div> Thanks <div>&nbsp;</div> Gerald

4 TonyPearson commented Permalink

Gerald,<div>&nbsp;</div> I got feedback from Japan that they felt posting photos was insensitive and inappropriate to their tragedy. At their request, I have removed all photos, and will not be posting any additional ones. I did not mean to offend anyone in Japan with this post.<div>&nbsp;</div> -- Tony

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