I doubt the MPC will reply,
From: http://download.cacheflow.com/release/C ... lnotes.htm
(at the bottom of the page)
"CacheFlow is a registered trademark of CacheFlow Inc. in the U.S. and worldwide."
ALthough, Go-L does have what appear to be unregistered trade marks on it as well. At least, thats what it looks like at the USPTO.
As far as the legal stand point, The watch dog section is OP/ED and that they didn't make the claims directly.
If they did something wrong - They should retract.
On the other hand, Go-L owns a trademark on PuRAM. So What??? I would like to see the patent.
What Go-L should do in my opinion is quit attempting to pull an SCO. Wanna make MPC look bad? Build and make avaliable the things you say you build and make avaliable. Marketing prototypes doesn't count amoung computer enthusiast.
After all, even Manta has a 6.66Ghz air cooled system
I just can't let yuo see it - pictures only.
If Go-L has gotten the shaft, its because they went out, found it, sharpened it, and impaled themselves on it.
I am totally open to buying a Go-L system. The moment I can have an independant third party confirm they do what Go-L says they do.
Until then, Go-L should put thier lawyers and Marketeers (notice that is spelled correctly) back in a box and get back to making systems.