Silicon.com: Motorola Picks Linux for HP Mobile Gear
Aug 17, 2004, 18:15 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ben Charny)
"Motorola plans to sell mobile phone network equipment that uses
Linux-based code, a step forward in network gear makers' efforts to
rally around a standard.
"The company on Monday said it will sell Hewlett-Packard's
Integrity cx2600 server and a carrier-grade version of the Linux
operating system that's meant to handle the stresses of a
next-generation cell phone network..."