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Oct 09, 2003, 22:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Open Source Development Lab (OSDL) consortium unwrapped its OSDL Carrier Grade Linux Requirements Definition version 2.0 (CGL 2.0) Thursday, in an effort to standardize the telecommunications industry's needs when it comes to Linux.

"The CGL Requirements Definition is a public reference blueprint for Linux distributions, large end users and Linux kernel developers for building Linux kernel features and associated libraries that are required by telecommunications carriers in their infrastructure.

"In the new release OSDL said it focused on security, high availability and clustering. The consortium said the new requirements define more than 40 new and enhanced features to support Linux as a carrier-grade platform..."

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