Wind River Extends Open-source Servers For Telecom Segment

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 10, 2010

Wind River has extended its Carrier-Grade Linux to offer open-source servers to the growing telecom server segment. In the company's news release on MarketWatch, Wind River stated it specifically has integrated support for HP BladeSystem carrier-grade and enterprise server blades into its Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) operating system, tools and build system.

The company has announced integrated support for HP BladeSystem server blades into its Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) operating system.

"Wind River Linux is the first registered CGL 4.0 solution supported on HP ProLiant server blades for HP BladeSystem, allowing customers to standardize on one common carrier-grade operating system platform to build highly reliable network elements across different hardware platforms.

"Wind River is committed to the adoption of Linux carrier-grade open platforms for the telecom server segment, allowing equipment providers and operators to achieve cost and time-to-market savings by utilizing a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) approach with volume-based servers and out-of-the-box support for Carrier Grade Linux. Wind River is currently the only embedded Linux provider offering this fully integrated solution for this class of enterprise server."

Read the Full News Release at MarketWatch

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