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PRNewswire: Lineo Announces High Availability Clustering Solutions For Mission Critical Deployments

Jun 27, 2000, 21:58 (0 Talkback[s])

"Lineo, Inc., a leading developer of embedded Linux system software, today announced the beta for the Lineo high availability clustering solution. Lineo's High Availability Group, led by general manager Hugo Delchini, provides solutions for CompactPCI systems and high-end servers, including Internet servers, back-end database servers, telephone switches, high-end routers and network storage systems."

"Lineo high availability solutions address the specific needs of deployments at the highest end of embedded systems and mission critical servers," said Delchini. "Companies that require very large dedicated systems, like Internet infrastructure providers, ISPs, ASPs, e-commerce and telecommunication companies, are migrating to CompactPCI and Linux. This allows Lineo customers to take advantage of high availability, smaller memory footprints, advanced Internet protocols and lower cost of ownership."

"Lineo high availability solutions power the largest and most functional single purpose embedded systems. Lineo High Availability Solutions and the Embedix line of products span the entire spectrum of embedded systems, from high availability solutions, Internet applications, hand held devices, microcontrollers and industrial solutions."

"Lineo high availability solutions are based on the Linux 2.2 kernel coupled with technologies and application layers developed by the Lineo High Availability Group, formerly called INUP Technologies, a company that merged with Lineo in May 2000."

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