BW: Ariel Corp. Joins Open Source Initiative...Sep 30, 1999, 14:06 (0 Talkback[s])
"Ariel Corp...a leading supplier of open systems remote access solutions for ISPs and Technical OEMs, today announced that it has made the source code for its Linux remote access drivers available to the public free of charge through the Open Source Initiative."
"The drivers make it easy for service providers and OEMs targeting service providers and corporate enterprises to add high-density V.34, 56K, and ISDN remote access to a broad range of PCI- and CompactPCI- based Linux systems."
"The Open Source Initiative was created to further the state of the art in software development by making source code available free of charge to the public and removing licensing and other distribution barriers. The Initiative is dedicated to managing and promoting the Open Source Definition for the good of the community through the OSI Certified Open Software certification mark and program. The Open Source Definition defines processes for certifying (the OSI Certified mark), distributing, licensing, and protecting open-source software."
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