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Wind River Delivers On Carrier Grade Linux Specification

Wind River has announced that it has become the first commercial vendor to meet the Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) 4.0 requirements specified by the Linux Foundation. The CGL 4.0 specification necessitates that the company registering its Linux software meet all of the 135 mandatory requirements outlined by the specification.

Wind River Platform for Network Equipment, Linux Edition 2.0 is a Linux distribution for the network and telecommunication industries. The CGL 4.0 specification forms the basis for the Scope Alliance Linux Profile. One of the key reasons that TEMs use the CGL specification is that it provides a consistent Linux platform with known functionality to meet the varying demands of networking applications. The specification defines approximately 250 individual requirements divided into seven key categories for equipment providers: availability, clustering, serviceability, performance, standards, hardware and security.

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Updated Date: Jan 31, 2017 01:31:57 IST

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