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mission critical

Vital to the operation of the organization. The term is very popular for describing the applications required to run the day-to-day business.
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Contact: Jerrie Moore-Brown, Marketing Manager of Mission Critical Systems, +1-954-766-2550, or fax, +1-954-766-2580, or jbrown@locked.
Customers realize that Linux combined with highly responsive clustering is a perfect fit for these high volume environments," said Brian Stevens, Chief Technology Officer at Mission Critical Linux, Inc.
In 2006, new HP Mission Critical Partnership customer wins included Acxiom, Ceska Sporitelna, COSCO Container Lines Co.
With a consolidated data center built on a solid foundation of more than 200 HP UNIX and OpenVMS servers and backed with HP StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array, the exchange expanded the scope of its HP Business Continuity and Availability solution by selecting the HP Mission Critical Partnership service.
Paul Meroni, SVP Product Development/Engineering at iFortress, noted, "In development for over 3 years, the four inch thick iGuard Armor Panel(TM) used in iFortress Modular iBunker(TM), Rack iBunker(TM), and D-Marcation Pill Box(TM) mitigates the risks that cause over 50% of all mission critical failures.
Headquartered in Short Hills, New Jersey, iFortress offers products that provide Structural Security for mission critical technologies and assets.
Acting as a bridge between legacy and next generation IP networks, MPLS technology provides the quality of service (QoS) guarantees required for mission critical networks.
Riverstone is developing strategic alliances with key vendors, system integrators and value-added resellers to build best-of-breed solutions for Europe's mission critical networks.
We are witnessing an evolution in the telecommunications industry as mission critical networks are increasingly adopting classic carrier network characteristics," said Steve Whipps, Riverstone's general manager of European, Middle Eastern and African (EMEA) operations.
For the first time, iLabs has moved beyond demonstrating interoperability to providing proof that new technologies such as 10 Gig and MPLS are ready for the stringent demands of mission critical networks.
Increasingly, mission critical networks must support advanced bandwidth-intensive voice and video streaming, which demand low latency and jitter levels.

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