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Techworld: 50 Open Source Apps Rolled Into One Server

Jan 18, 2006, 22:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Portugal may not be well known as an IT hotbed, but it's the source of edgeBOX, the latest entrant into the increasingly competitive business gateway market. With a starting price of £1500 for a 20 user system, edgeBOX rolls some 50 open source apps plus proprietary management tools into an all-in-one device aimed at smaller businesses and the service providers who sell to them.

"The company behind it, Critical Software, claims that the device does everything a business might need, from a wireless router, through web, e-mail and DNS/DHCP services, to IP telephony--it includes the Asterisk IP PBX. It's also a firewall with VPN, authentication and anti-spam/anti-virus capabilities, all on a Linux base, of course..."

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