LinuxDevices: Device Profile: Asterisk PC Reviver
Sep 15, 2004, 11:30 (2 Talkback[s])
"The PC Reviver from Asterisk is an inexpensive device that
intended to turn aging x86-based PCs into thin clients by replacing
their hard-drive with a solid-state flash memory device that boots
an embedded Linux OS. The 'revived' computer can then be used as a
network appliance for Citrix, Windows, Linux, and/or browser-based
server-centric computing networks.
"The $150 Reviver includes an integral 44-pin IDE header through
which it plugs directly into the hard drive IDE connector pins on
x86 PC motherboards. An integrated power connector attaches it to a
standard hard drive power supply cable..."