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The Register: Stratus preps high-availability Linux port

Jul 04, 2001, 21:30 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by John Leyden)

Another indicator that Linux is moving into the enterprise: Stratus is a major player in the enterprise space, most notably in the high-availability area.

"Development work is getting underway to port Linux to fault-tolerant hardware architecture developed by high-end server manufacturer Stratus...."

"Stratus is best known as a niche supplier of fault-tolerant systems based on PA RISC chips, and running either HP-UX or its own proprietary VOS operating system. The firm uses redundant hardware components and approved software to offer high reliability servers to telcos and financial services firms."

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