Sun V100: Introduction to SPARC and OpenBoot
Toward the end of the 1990's, there was a great push to provide Internet connectivity and applications to the general population of the world. Computing systems started to migrate software, capacity, and applications from the desktop towards the server. Servers started to become more power efficient and gain technologies such as LOM or "Lights Out Management" to access the hardware below the Operating System. This video shows a sample 64 bit server from the era, which still supports modern operating systems, and LOM.