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New Linux-based residential gateway to use Jungo’s OpenRG

Apr 24, 2002 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 16 views

Santa Clara, CA — (press release excerpt) — SOHOware Inc. will incorporate Jungo Software Technologies' OpenRG software platform in its next generation of residential and SOHO (small office / home office) networking solutions, the two companies announced today. OpenRG will be optimized to SOHOware's broadband multimedia gateway (BMG), which is being developed and built around Intel XScale technology,… according to Yong Ho Son, SOHOware vice president of technology.

Jungo's OpenRG provides essential residential gateway elements, including device drivers, a small-footprint embedded Linux operating system, networking and management software, and a set of high-integrated applications and services required for the home, including voice and security software, according to Udi Yuhjtman, vice president of operations and business development at Jungo.

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