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LinuxPR: Corel and PCTEL Deliver First Linux-Compatible Software Modem

Sep 05, 2000, 21:05 (13 Talkback[s])

"Partnership Provides Flexible, Cost-effective Internet Connectivity Solution for Linux Systems."

"Corel today announced it will partner with PCTEL, a global leader in innovative and reliable communication technologies, to bring the industry's first Linux-compatible software modem to market."

"This latest use of PCTEL's popular host signal processing (HSP) technology will soon give consumers low-cost, Internet-enabled devices incorporated in future versions of Corel LINUX OS. To date, software modems have not been well supported on Linux because they were designed initially for the Windows operating system. This deal offers users utilizing Corel LINUX OS the power to effortlessly connect to the Internet."

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