Lynx and PacketStream Go LinuxFeb 29, 2000, 03:20 (0 Talkback[s])
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By John Townley, InternetNews.com
Lynx Real-Time Systems, Inc. Monday announced that PacketStream's Synchronous Packet Streaming (SPS) solution will run on the LynxOS real-time operating system (RTOS) and BlueCat Linux operating system.
The SPS solution, currently in beta testing and scheduled for availability later this year, enables the delivery and management of all services over Internet Protocol (IP) networks.
PacketStream's SPS solution provides classification, policing, and dynamic bandwidth management of voice, video, data, and multimedia traffic.
"PacketStream's SPS solution, supported by LynxOS and BlueCat Linux, overcomes the limitations of current IP networks to manage and deliver real-time, mission-critical, value-added services demanded by the emerging Internet market," said Dr. Inder Singh, chairman and chief executive officer of Lynx. "By choosing the only embedded Linux certified for quality and the most stable hard-time RTOS on the market, PacketStream has developed the most reliable and cost-effective technology of its kind on the market."
"Our solution delivers guaranteed quality and performance of IP services across local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs)," said Francis Dinha, chairman and CEO of PacketStream. "Combining our SPS solutions with LynxOS and BlueCat Linux, will allow embedded applications to utilize the capabilities provided by our SPS technology on two of the most complementary embedded operating systems in the industry."
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