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Axtar unveils Linux-based central office switch.

Worldwide Computer Products News-6 June 2000-Axtar unveils Linux-based central office switch (C)1995-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

UK-based Axtar Ltd has launched what it claims to be the industry's first programmable central office telephony switch that uses both the Red Hat Linux operating system and the compactPCI form factor.

According to Axtar the OneSwitch product is also the first system to combine a carrier-grade programmable switch, a voice over IP gateway and a value-added services platform.

Other features include support for both circuit switched interfaces such as TDM and IP network interfaces, 99.999% or better availability and a small footprint.

Shipments of OneSwitch will begin in 3Q'2000. No price was disclosed.

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