"CrossKeys Systems Limited (Nasdaq: CKEY; TSE: CKY) today
announced the release of a Linux version of their successful
CrossKeys Dyband bandwidth management software."
"Linux is attracting growing support from Internet Service
Providers (ISPs) worldwide - with about 10 per cent of the Internet
Service Providers (ISPs) in North America using Linux as their
servers' operating system. More importantly, this percentage is
estimated to double to 20 per cent by 2002."
"By porting CrossKeys Dyband software to Linux, CrossKeys has
access to this growing market. Furthermore, Linux is a popular
operating system used by ISPs and value-added resellers when
developing communications appliances. The new version of CrossKeys
Dyband software is therefore compatible with these devices and able
to answer their demand for bandwidth management functionality."
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