May 28, 2003

Benefits of Carrier Grade Linux Under Discussion at SUPERCOMM 2003

Annette Oevermann writes "May 28, 2003On June 4th the Open Source Development Lab (OSDL) invites attendees of SUPERCOMM 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia, to learn about the benefits of using carrier-grade Linux in telecommunications infrastructure equipment. At their panel discussion Running Your Business on Carrier Grade Linux, HP, IBM, Intel, MontaVista Software, Nokia and SuSE Linux will discuss the technology and business advantages of this technology.

 
OSDL and its Carrier Grade Linux Working Group are defining the requirements for Linux and Open Source software in the telecommunications ecosystem. The process for its definition and development will also be explained at this panel discussion.

 
Running Your Business on Carrier Grade Linux

Wednesday, June 4, 2003 from 9:15 to 10:45 AM, EDT

Georgia World Congress Center Room B404

 
Timothy D Witham, lab director, OSDL, will moderate the panel. The panelists are:

* Alan Meyer, R&D Project Manager, Linux & Open Source Lab, Hewlett-Packard Corporation

* Doug Dreyer, WorldWideWorldwide Program Director, Linux Strategy and Business Development, IBM Corporation

* Andrew Wilson, Linux Program Manager, Telephony Software Programs, Intel Corporation

* Bill Weinberg, Director, Strategy/Evangelism, MontaVista Software

* Esa Nurmi, Director, Product Business Management, FlexiServer Platform, Nokia

* Dr. Uwe Schmid, Vice President, Business Development & Marketing, SuSE Linux AG

 
We look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions, please contact Doug Kolb, OSDL at 1.503.626.2455 x15 or doug@osdl.org."

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