August 22, 2001
REDSonic announces its LinuxWorld offerings
Author: JT Smith
LinuxWorld Conference and Expo starts next week in San Francisco, and there's sure to be a flurry of Linux-related corporate announcements between now and the end of the trade show. One of the first press releases out of the gate comes from embedded Linux company REDSonic, detailing what new products it plans to demonstrate at the show. Those demos include a new gateway/firewall softwre package, services providing thin-client Linux-based access to Windows applications, and a ROM-based Linux kernel designed to replace legacy BIOS code for faster booting. Read the press release at PR Newswire.