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PRNewswire: Intersil's PRISM Chip Set Selected by AbsoluteValue Systems

Jun 26, 2000, 22:04 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Intersil, the world's leading developer of silicon technology for Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs), announced today that AbsoluteValue Systems, Inc., is utilizing the PRISM WLAN chip set in a new Systems Developers Kit that facilitates wireless networking system development for Linux-based operating platforms."

"Being introduced as the first Linux solution of its kind, AbsoluteValue's Developers Kit is a complete package of software, hardware, documentation and source code that allows developers to quickly implement a WLAN system. Its availability opens the door for standards-compliant, wireless network connectivity for users of the open-source GNU/Linux Operating System."

"Intersil is pleased to be a part of AbsoluteValue's industry-first developers kit for the Linux Operating System," said Larry Ciaccia, vice president and general manager of PRISM Wireless Products at Intersil. "As Internet appliances begin to proliferate, Linux will be widely adopted as an ideal operating platform for mobile computing applications, a fact that makes this type of developers kit critical for the deployment of Linux-based wireless LAN solutions."

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