LinuxPR: Motorola...Group's SLX Series Network Appliance Passes KeyLabs Linux Compatibility TestsSep 28, 1999, 00:23 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Motorola SLX2020 network appliance is designed to power Internet networking applications such as web access, web security, web caching, and virtual private networks."
"KeyLabsTM Inc...announced that Motorola Computer Group's (MCG's) SLX2020 network appliance has passed KeyLabs' network server compatibility tests in support of major Linux operating system distributions. KeyLabs' compatibility testing showed the SLX2020-the first of Motorola's recently announced SLX Series of network appliances-to be compatible with Caldera System's OpenLinux 2.2 and 2.3, Red Hat 6.0, SuSE Linux 6.0 and TurboLinux 3.0.1."
"The Motorola SLX2020 network appliance is designed to power Internet networking applications such as web access, web security, web caching, and virtual private networks (VPNs). According to KeyLabs, the SLX2020 passed every "Linux-Tested" compatibility test it was put through, from keyboard, adapter, kernel and port compatibility to CD-ROM installation, heavy disk I/O and network functionality testing. "Linux-Tested" is an open test program that affords both hardware vendors and IT departments the opportunity to test and verify hardware compatibility across multiple Linux distributions."
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