Computer Currents: Linux Gets Videoconferencing/Telephony SupportJun 12, 1999, 12:15 (2 Talkback[s])
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"White Pine Software, Inc., (NASDAQ: WPNE), a leading provider of multimedia conferencing applications for the Internet and intranets, today announced plans to support the Linux operating system for its MeetingPoint conference server, the industry's leading software for multipoint IP conferencing."
"White Pine has joined as a Developer Partner with Red Hat, Inc., the market leading Linux developer and service provider. MeetingPoint, which is currently available for Windows NT and Sun Solaris operating systems, will be the first IP conferencing server solution to support Linux. White Pine has the flexibility to develop for dynamic new operating systems such as Linux because MeetingPoint is a software-based server solution. Other videoconferencing suppliers operate on proprietary hardware platforms, making future Linux support problematic."
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