"Broadband Access Systems, Inc., the industry's first company
exclusively focused on providing cable access solutions for the
deployment of value-added data and voice services, today announced
that it has adopted the Linux operating system for its
award-winning Cuda 12000 IP Access Switch."
"Linux provides Broadband Access with a high-performance,
open operating environment that provides additional remote access
capabilities and built-in reliability. This adoption of Linux will
reside in the management module of the Cuda 12000 chassis and
augment the existing real-time operating system. It will also
provide the scalability and support necessary for next-generation
subscriber management, improve network security and remote
"Linux provides users of the Cuda 12000 with a powerful
operating system," said Mark Komanecky, vice president of marketing
at Broadband Access Systems. "With this enhanced architecture and a
standards-based system, the Cuda 12000 continues to lead the
industry in performance and reliability."
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