EE Times: ISPcon Opens Door To Small-Scale RoutersApr 30, 1999, 14:27 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Loring Wirbel)
"Ariel already offers RS2000 remote-access cards with Windows NT support, and has signed an agreement with Red Hat Software, in Research Triangle Park, N.C., to jointly market Red Hat Linux with the RS2000 boards..."
"IC-2000 is one of several ISPs closely examining the expansion into Linux support. Schneider said Ariel had developed RS-2000 boards with support for Sun Microsystems' Solaris version of Unix, and had looked at HP-UX, as well, but learned most smaller ISPs were narrowing their OS options to either NT or Linux..."
"Mapletree similarly is emphasizing PCI as the base of its ISP thrust, though the company is putting increased emphasis on voice-over-IP and fax-over-IP functions..." Mapletree added a Linux driver to its offering..."
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