Carrier Grade Linux


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Carrier Grade Linux

A specification that defines an industrial strength operating system environment using Linux. Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) covers hardware, availability, clustering, security, serviceability and performance. Originally from the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), which became the Linux Foundation (see Linux Foundation).
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Latest Award-Winning Software Release Undergoes Successful Validations and Registers Compliance with OSDL Carrier Grade Linux 3.
As the provider of the world's most widely deployed carrier grade Linux, we are proud to announce that MontaVista Linux is the first and only Linux in the world to be CGL 4.
Wind River announced on Tuesday it has integrated support for HP BladeSystem carrier-grade and enterprise server blades into its Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) operating system, tools and build system.
That this proof of concept is based on AdvancedTCA and Carrier Grade Linux reinforces the fact that open industry standards have become the widely-accepted future of telecom infrastructure.
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.
MV Cloud is built upon MontaVista's seventh generation CGE7 product, a high availability Carrier Grade Linux operating system that is optimized for networking performance and operation in embedded, low latency environments.
The Xpress SIP platforms, based on the company's NexusWare Carrier Grade Linux distribution, are particularly suited for deploying reliable applications with built-in OA&M support.
a leading developer of communication platforms and systems, has announced that its Linux(r) OS and development environment, NexusWare(r), has met the Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) 4.
The non-profit organization hosts the Data Center Linux and Carrier Grade Linux projects.
1 remains the only carrier grade Linux to be compliant with Carrier Grade Linux, IPv6, and Linux Standard Base certifications.
MontaVista's MV Cloud Platform is built upon a highly available Carrier Grade Linux Operating System that is optimized for networking performance.
1 also offers virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) capabilities for secure wireless networks and is compliant with Carrier Grade Linux, IPv6 and Linux Standard Base certifications.
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