32BitsOnline: Brooktrout Embraces LinuxJun 29, 2000, 06:34 (1 Talkback[s])
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"At the Networks Telecom show, Brooktrout announced that it is now supporting Linux across its complete range of network and Internet hardware products."
"According to the company, developers that have chosen Linux as their platform for building "new network" applications such as unified messaging, voice portals, WebTV and voice over Internet protocol, as well as telephony applications, can now use Linux "to its fullest extent."
"Eric Giler, Brooktrout's president, said that Linux has been gaining a major foothold in Web servers, e-commerce servers and embedded systems for "new network" applications."
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