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HP picks Red Hat for advanced telecoms server

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Red Hat Inc has announced that Hewlett-Packard Co has selected its Enterprise Linux operating system for its new Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture blade server.

Palo Alto, California-based HP is set to unveil the AdvancedTCA bh5700 Blade Server at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona next week and has chosen Raleigh, North Carolina's Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the preferred operating system for the server.

AdvancedTCA is the new telecommunication architecture designed to meet the high availability, quality of service and performance requirements of telecom carriers and service providers, the specifications for which were put together by the PCI Industrial Computers Manufacturing Group.


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