MontaVista® Software, Inc., the leading provider of Linux® for intelligent devices and communications infrastructure, continues its series of free educational webinars with an overview of new MontaVista Linux Carrier Grade Edition 5.0, the carrier grade Linux operating system preferred by 7 of the top 8 network equipment providers (NEPs).
James Ready, CTO and founder of MontaVista, will illustrate features and benefits of the latest release of the carrier grade Linux operating system preferred by 7 of the top 8 network equipment providers (NEPs). Attendees will learn about new features available only from MontaVista, especially new field-serviceability features that give field engineers the ability to fix and upgrade live systems while they are running with little or zero downtime, and new features providing high availability and NSA-level security.
“Carrier grade” is a term for software and hardware products that support public telecommunications and data communications networks. Carrier grade products require extremely high degrees of reliability, scalability, and performance to provide an uninterrupted flow of the enormous volume of high-bandwidth data and voice needed for today’s multimedia communications. Leading network equipment providers such as Alcatel-Lucent, Motorola, NEC, and others have made MontaVista Linux Carrier Grade Edition the most widely-deployed Linux in the carrier grade market.
The November 27 web seminar is appropriate for network equipment providers, embedded application developers, communications device architects, and technical managers who need the power of a dedicated carrier grade Linux environment for their applications and devices. Mr. Ready will answer live questions from the audience as part of the presentation. Admission is complimentary and all information will be presented via the Internet, with both computer-streamed audio and telephone access available. Webinar details are available online.
MontaVista Software, Inc. is the leading provider of Linux for intelligent devices and telecommunications infrastructure. MontaVista delivers commercial-quality Linux operating systems, time-saving development tools, expert support, and design and migration services. MontaVista has more than 400 partners, and thousands of companies use MontaVista embedded Linux to add functionality, increase reliability, reduce costs, and accelerate product development. MontaVista has offices in 15 countries.
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