AllLinuxDevices: New Crusoe-Powered Rebel Netwinder Announced
Feb 20, 2001, 20:53 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Rebel released its newest Netwinder server appliance today,
crediting the Crusoe processor the unit ships with for lowering the
power consumption of the units to 14 watts and reducing the weight
of the devices to 2.15 pounds."
"The Netwinder 3100 is aimed at small businesses with a range of
networking requirements, including e-mail servers, web site
hosting, printer/file sharing, and virtual private network (VPN)
access with IPSec support via the company's RebelConnect software.
The device also offers firewalling."
"Internet connection sharing is allowed via ISDN, DSL/PPPoE,
cable, and dialup connections, and also provides three 100Base-T
network interface ports to accomodate connection of the devices to
both Network Attached Storage Devices or connecting to a separate,
secure (DMZ) network."
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- The Register: Transmeta grows Crusoe line-up(Jun 28, 2000)
- TechWeb: Transmeta Unfolds Road Map, Secures OEM(Jun 28, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Linux server maker [Rebel.com] to use Transmeta chips(Jun 27, 2000)
- LinuxPR: Rebel.com to Adopt Transmeta's Crusoe Processor In Future NetWinder Products(Jun 27, 2000)
- Canada Computes: NetWinder packs Linux server(May 30, 2000)
- 32BitsOnline: Rebel With a Clue: The Rebel.com OfficeServer (Netwinder) revisited.(May 18, 2000)
- CCN: Rebel.com signs on EMJ -- to distribute NetWinder to resellers across Canada(Apr 06, 2000)
- LinuxPR: Rebel.com announces the release of NetWinder OfficeServer 1.5(Apr 05, 2000)
- CCN: Rebel.com Announces Completion of Financing Round: Funds to expand R&D & marketing of NetWinder(Jan 27, 2000)