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ITworld: UnitedLinux to Make Telecom Market Push

Jan 17, 2003, 14:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joris Evers)

"UnitedLinux, a common Linux operating system from four vendors, will later this quarter be updated to make it suitable for telecommunications carrier-grade servers, the UnitedLinux group said Thursday.

"Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) 1.1 features will be available as a service pack for UnitedLinux 1.0. The expanded operating system will allow carriers to develop and deploy new products and services at a lower cost on a standards-based and modular platform, the UnitedLinux group said in a statement.

"UnitedLinux with the CGL features will initially work only on Intel Corp.-based hardware platforms, according to the statement..."

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