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LinuxPR: Sera Systems Introduces the SeraBox, the flexible FreeBSD, NetBSD or OpenBSD-based Server

Oct 10, 2000, 21:17 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Sera Systems, a Northern California-based manufacturer of custom xBSD-based system solutions, officially announced today the release of the SeraBox, low-profile server powered by the freely available UNIX-like operating systems. Intended for applications that demand reliability and security, the SeraBox is a cost-effective way companies can run single network services on individual systems. The SeraBox features an extremely high quality secure enclosure without accessible drives and a small 17"x14"x3.5" footprint which allows for flexible installation either in a server rack or on a tabletop."

"Open Source software development is user-driven -- the culmination of years of real-world usage and development which has evolved in response to the experience of developers and users as the software is applied to their needs. Sera Systems offers only Open Source operating systems on the SeraBox. FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD offer legendary reliability, UNIX compatibility, and security. Combined with the Sera Systems Preconfiguration Service, the SeraBox ships with operating system and application software installed and configured to customer specifications."

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