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IQ2 NetCONNECT, OpenLinux eServer 2.3, CommuniGate Pro, Super-Symmetric Dynamic Cluster Version and more.

BASCOM Global Internet Services, Inc. unveiled the IQ2 NetCONNECT, which provides the needed “gateway” to connect a network to the Internet, while offering built-in, transparent web caching and an integrated firewall. It is designed to update itself automatically at night with seamless integration as a priority. BASCOM's IQ2 solutions leverage Caldera's OpenLinux OS to provide a virtually self-maintaining communications platform.

Contact: BASCOM Global Internet Services, Inc., 275-R Marcus Blvd., Hauppauge, NY 11788, 631-434-6600, 631-434-7800 (fax),,

OpenLinux eServer 2.3

Caldera Systems, Inc. announced its eBusiness server platform, OpenLinux eServer 2.3. OpenLinux eServer 2.3 provides everything needed to deploy and manage Linux-based eBusiness solutions. It comes with over 20 server-specific Internet applications, ten major server products, easy web-based remote management and is pre-tuned for server-specific hardware to save configuration and administration time.

Contact: Caldera Systems, Inc., 888-465-4689,,

CommuniGate Pro, Super-Symmetric Dynamic Cluster Version

Stalker Software announced the Super-Symmetric Dynamic Cluster version of CommuniGate Pro. The high-end CommuniGate Pro messaging system, available for UNIX, Linux and NT platforms, can serve 200,000 accounts on single-server installations and support several million accounts on heterogeneous multi-server clusters. Key features include highly scalable cluster support (full redundancy, load balancing) multi-domain support; LDAP and ACAP support.

Contact: Stalker Software, Inc., 655 Redwood Highway, Suite 275, Mill Valley, CA 94941, 800-262-4722, 415-383-7461 (fax),,

Embedix Linux 1.0

Lineo, Inc. shipped its first packaged distribution of Lineo Embedix Linux 1.0 for x86 and PowerPC. Embedix Linux allows OEM developers to test and implement embedded Linux on their specific hardware solutions. This version of Embedix Linux includes more than 25 powerful Linux service components. Embedix Linux, based on the 2.2 kernel, uses a minimum of 8MB RAM and 3MB of ROM or Flash memory. Embedix Linux is available as a free, not-for-resale download from Lineo's web site, and on CD-ROM from Lineo's web store. Contact: Lineo, Inc., 383 South 520 West, Lindon, UT 84042, 801-426-5001, 801-426-6166 (fax),,

white dwarf linux 1.0

EMJ Embedded Systems introduced white dwarf linux (wd linux) 1.0. Containing over 40 software packages including a web browser, an Apache 1.3.11 web server and e-mail capability, white dwarf 1.0 is based on the most recent Linux kernel, 2.2.14. wd linux is small enough to load on embedded PCs, but dense enough to contain the features embedded applications demand. Contact: EMJ Embedded Systems, 1434 Farrington Road, Suite 100, Apex, NC 27502, 800-436-5872, 919-363-4425 (fax),,

Linux-based Internal G.lite Modem

Silicon Automation Systems Limited extended its Synapse range of xDSL products by introducing a G.lite solution for Linux. The Synpase G.lite for Linux modem provides data transfer rates of 1.5MB/s downstream and 512KB/s upstream while allowing simultaneous access for analog voice telephony. It is fully compliant with the ITU-T G.992.2 standard and has been inter-operated with most major DSLAM vendors.

Contact: SAS, 3008 12th B Main, HAL 2nd Stage, Bangalore 560 008, India,,


STS International launched its new Linux product, IntraLinux, which bundles special implementation and support for small and medium-sized corporations and enterprise workgroups. IntraLinux consists of a networking solution that includes an optimized version of the Linux OS and a number of implementation and management tools specifically designed for corporate intranets and LANs.

Contact: STS International, Inc., 321 Hartz Avenue, Suite 200, Danville, CA 94526-3336, 888-422-5787, 925-831-2810 (fax),,


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