Where in the Cloud are all Those Azure Appliances?

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Here we are, well into 2011 and still no hide nor hair of an appliance from any of the promised vendors which were to include HP, Dell, and Fujitsu. Yet Microsoft promised they would be available to customers by late 2010. So what is the new date for the Microsoft Azure Appliances?

Microsoft took the wraps off of their "Private Cloud in a box" in mid 2010

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