Mission Critical Linux Showcases Wireless Cluster Management During the Intel Keynote At LinuxWorld

-- Convolo installed on Intel's Itanium-based servers managed wirelessly through a PDA --

Mission Critical Linux's latest release of their Convolo Cluster, which now delivers complete high-availability network filesystem capabilities, will be highlighted Thursday, February 1st 10:45am in a keynote address by William Swope, VP of the Intel Architecture. The keynote will include a variety of innovative Linux-based enterprise solutions for IA32 and Itanium servers.

This demonstration will showcase clustered Itanium-based servers, managed wirelessly through a PDA for anytime, anywhere computing. The entire demo configuration is monitored and controlled using new tools, developed by Mission Critical Linux, that combine an off-the-shelf, handheld, wireless device and the Internet to provide cluster and system administrators with a secure, go-anywhere method of managing their systems.

These products and solutions will also be showcased at the Intel and Mission Critical Linux booths, #409 and #2239, respectively. In addition, Mission Critical Linux will also be represented in the Penguin Computing booth #1323 and the SGI Booth #1523

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