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LinuxPR: Natural MicroSystems Delivers Carrier-Class Linux to Telecom Equipment Providers

Jan 27, 2000, 01:18 (0 Talkback[s])

"Natural MicroSystems will offer broad support for Linux across its AG family of PCI and CompactPCI resource boards, for its NaturalFax(tm) software, and within the CT Access(tm) runtime environment in the third quarter."

"Comprehensive Hardware and Software Support Increases Deployment Options for Customers and Partners Worldwide Natural MicroSystems Corporation...the Open Telecommunications(tm) leader providing convergence technologies to the world's premier suppliers of communications solutions, today announced broad support for the Linux operating system. Developers will be able to create leading-edge voice and data applications and enhanced services, using the operating system of their choice - including Windows NT, SPARC Solaris, UnixWare and now Linux - in conjunction with Natural MicroSystems' hardware and software solutions. Linux is the fastest growing server operating system in the industry, according to a 1999 report by International Data Corporation (IDC Report #18662). Leading service and equipment providers such as Nortel, Lucent and Motorola Computer Group (MCG) are rapidly adopting Linux, due in part to the fact that it offers the reliability and stability benefits of UNIX with additional advantages that an open source architecture can provide. Natural MicroSystems' support for Linux further extends the interoperability of its convergence-enabling solutions with the widest range of operating systems, as well as hardware, software, protocols and interfaces being utilized throughout the world today."

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