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LinuxPR: Silicom first to announce USB networking support for Linux version 2.4.

Feb 01, 2001, 07:48 (2 Talkback[s])

"Within Days, Silicom Completed Development of Linux Drivers For Its USB-Ethernet Product Line."

"SILICOM today announced that it has developed proprietary drivers for its USB Ethernet products, which target the Broadband Internet Access, Multi-Tenant Unit, and Home Networking markets. The USB Ethernet products are available both as stand alone products and as modules for integration into Broadband Internet Access modems."

"A pioneering developer of connectivity solutions with core expertise in operating systems, Silicom announced its first Linux-compatible drivers for PCMCIA devices in early 1999 and for USB devices in late 1999. With rapid development capabilities and a layered software structure, the Company was able to support Linux 2.4.0 within just a few days of Linux's high-profile launch."

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