Neptune Docs make their public debut

On Friday, the engineering group pushed out the "Project Neptune Programmers Reference Manual (Open Form).  In case you're not familiar with Neptune, its succinctly described in the PRM as a "PCI Express 1.1 compliant Dual 10Gbps Ethernet/Quad 1G bps RGMII Network Interface Chip."

The Neptune PRM along with a bunch of others can be found on the FOSSdocs page on wikis.sun.com. 

Im really happy with the progress we've been making on the Open Docs team.  Next on our hit list are a whole bunch of errata including those from the UltraSPARC III line.

Pau for now...

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