32BitsOnline: RedHat Powers Intel Appliances
Jun 23, 2000, 20:25 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The device comes at a time when many are trying to push
similar devices. Be, Inc. already has a relationship with
Hitachi to make appliances based on BeOS while Embedix is [pushing]
Lineo, a subsidiary of Caldera System, maker of Caldera Linux, to
make Linux the choice in the embedded market."
"In order to have a device which is truly user-friendly and
frees users from having to know the technical aspects it [has the]
ability to dial itself to the Internet and perform regular system
maintenance and upgrade processes. Intel dubs this as Intel's
System Management Suite."
"Dot.Station comes with a standard 17-inch monitor. Intel hopes
that the product will be plug-n-play out of the box."