9/12/2002 - Wasabi Systems announced that it will collaborate with Intel Corporation to develop optimized storage and networking solutions based on the Intel® XScale technology.
Wasabi Systems is the leading provider of custom products and development services for the NetBSD operating system. NetBSD's small footprint and advanced networking capabilities are components for next-generation embedded systems -- the computers hidden in everyday devices such as cell phones, telecom switches and cable set-top boxes. Wasabi's customers have included manufacturers of Internet infrastructure products, storage devices, and set-top boxes.
"This collaboration is a natural fit for both companies," said Robert Raucci, Chairman and CEO of Wasabi. "We are focusing on the storage and infrastructure markets, where Intel's XScale technology-based processors are emerging in upcoming solutions."
"NetBSD's capabilities make it a strong fit for applications such as iSCSI targets, RAID controllers and routers," said Mike Wall, general manager of the Intel Storage Components Division. of Intel. "Working with Wasabi should result in excellent combined hardware and software solutions for our customers."
The Intel-Wasabi collaboration will include optimizing NetBSD for iSCSI, joint development of iSCSI products based on Intel storage building blocks and the creation of NetBSD board support packages for future Intel customer reference platforms.
About Wasabi Systems (www.wasabisystems.com)
Wasabi Systems, Inc., is the commercial source for NetBSD, an advanced embeddable operating system. NetBSD enables embedded systems manufacturers to produce more functional offerings in less time and at lower cost. NetBSD's small-footprint, full-featured Unix environment runs on the widest range of hardware platforms of any operating system. Wasabi's team, which includes the world's foremost NetBSD developers, provides development, support and customization to customers ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Intel and XScale are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
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