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Enterprise Linux Today: Intel Dialogic Delivers Comprehesive Suite of CompactPCI Building Blocks for Linux

Oct 26, 2000, 22:27 (0 Talkback[s])

"Broad Range of Solutions For Next Generation Networks."

"Intel Corporation's Dialogic subsidiary today announced that its broad range of CompactPCI (cPCI) building block products will now include full support for the Linux operating system. Intel Dialogic continues to build on the success of its initial system release for Linux by adding support for its entire family of products. With these enhancements, Linux now joins other fully supported operating systems that include Windows NT®, Windows® 2000, Tru64® UNIX , UnixWare® and Solaris®, enabling developers to build communications solutions for next generation networks."

"Intel Dialogic's flexible, standards-based cPCI technology, coupled with the openness of Linux is a powerful building block alternative for creating next generation enhanced services platforms. These platforms scale to support thousands of ports per system with reduced deployment and maintenance costs. With Intel Dialogic's high availability cPCI solutions, service providers can quickly meet the increasing demand for voice-enabled e-business services with the performance and reliability that carrier-grade platforms require."

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