[News] [Linux] Linux Access Points Get Meshcom's Support

[News] [Linux] Linux Access Points Get Meshcom's Support

Post by Roy Schest » Mon, 21 May 2007 00:47:50


Meshcom launches software for Linux access points

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| Meshcom OpenAP Firmware is built on top of OpenWRT open source project
| and is available initially for Linksys WRT54GL Linux Access Points.
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Nuclear Science Group Develops Eclipse-Based App on Linux

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1. [News] [Linux] Dell Gets a Praised for Its Support of Linux

2. [News] Linux Gets Big Boost as Prominent High-tech Companies Support Linux

Top tech firms back Linux over Vista

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| A week before the launch of Microsoft's new Vista operating system, its
| open-source competitor Linux received a giant boost Monday as prominent
| high-tech companies announced they were forming a consortium to promote the
| free challenger.
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Related:

Next Gen, Mission-Critical Apps To Be Deployed on Linux Says Report

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| By now it should be obvious to even the most casual industry observers
| that Linux operating systems - and open source-based software in general -
| have reached critical marketplace mass. Recent Linux deals and
| announcements by Oracle and Microsoft have only reinforced the "open
| source is enterprise-grade" message that IBM, Unisys and other "Master
| Brand" hardware, software and services vendors have been preaching for
| years. In short, open source, especially Linux, is becoming "legitimized"
| by the major vendors for enterprise environments, and user executives
| are more than happy to believe them.
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CIO study finds Linux ready for prime-time

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| The company predicts a steep rise: only 18 percent of businesses
| will be using Linux in business-critical roles by the end of 2007.
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| "Linux operating systems - and open source-based software in general
| - have reached critical marketplace mass," said the study's authors,
| Bruce Guptill and Bill McNee of Saugatuck Research.
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