Late 80s, upgraded to SCSI and 16 MB @ 200ns, run OpenVMS 7.3.
Also, my penis, late 50s, works just fine, does everything I want it to.
So even if the port was booting, that does not mean that it will become a released product.
Kind of like DEC at one time:"We have it now, and you can't have it."
So he had SBC buy Regional Operation Bells Pacific Telesis, Ameritech, Bell South among others (and transferred the state that the employees where employed from to Texas so Texas laws applied, that's what I was told when Pac Bell/SBC outsourced me to a foreign company), and then bought ATT and changed the name of the company.
At each step, every state Public Utilities Commission and Fed agencies let him.
I figured Judge Green, who wrote the Modified Final Judgement that broke up ATT (he also wrote much of the Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act) rolled over in his grave.
Then Ed retired.
(Reminds me of a line from Amadeus, a complaint about Mozart's new opera:" Too many notes for the royal ear...")
By that time I'm not sure DEC could have delivered enough volume for Mac desktops, though the Alpha was fabbed by Intel for a while.