Jungo Optimizes OpenRG for Intel Network Gateway Reference Platform

11/18/2004 - Jungo Software Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of home, SOHO and SMB gateway software, announced the availability of its OpenRGTM complete Linux-based software platform specifically optimized for the Intel® IXDPG425 Network Gateway Reference Platform. The Jungo and Intel platforms are targeted at OEMs/ODMs developing high quality networking devices for a wide range of broadband applications and services.

The Jungo and Intel platforms provide OEMs with all the hardware, software and documentation information needed to easily bring to market high-performance, next generation business gateways. These devices cover small businesses' entire data, security, and voice communications needs. These platforms will help to reduce overall development time and significantly increase an OEM's ability to get products to market faster.

Quoting from the Instat/MDR report entitled -"The Next-Generation Multi-Service Business Gateway" - "Over the next 12-24 months, In-Stat/MDR anticipates a new breed of multi-service devices will emerge. Designed to support multi-services from the ground up, these devices will form a new product segment that In-Stat/MDR calls the "Business Gateway."

The Business Gateway will be a modular, standards-based device, offering "office-in-a-box" voice and data solutions for small businesses and enterprise branch offices. In-Stat/MDR forecasts the Business Gateway market to grow from $1.2 billion in 2004 to $16.6 billion in 2008. In the process, turning the networking equipment industry upside down.

Keith Nissen, the author of this report, commented, "The Intel and Jungo solutions serve the fast growing business gateway market."

The Intel IXDPG425 reference platform with Jungo's OpenRGTM software supports a variety of product applications such as SOHO/SMB Firewall/VPN routers, Wireless AP, DSL routers, 4 port Voice gateways, ATAs, Storage routers, NAS and Print servers. The Intel® IXP42X product line of network processors combines the processing capability of an Intel XScale® core with the flexibility and scalability of additional Network Processor Engines (NPEs). These highly integrated network processors combine on-chip integration of voice and data functions, integrated hardware acceleration for security applications and support for multiple WAN and LAN technologies.

"The Intel IXDPG425 Network Gateway Reference Platform is specifically designed for OEM's developing leading edge gateway products", said Doug Davis, Vice President, Intel Communications Group and General Manager, Intel Infrastructure Processor Division. "Many OEMs also need an optimized software solution, like the Jungo offering, to help speed development of Intel IXP42X-based data, security and voice applications."

"Jungo is committed to providing a complete software solution for the emerging business gateway market," said Udi Yuhjtman, Vice President of Operations and Business Development, Jungo Inc. "Intel's gateway reference platform along with our software brings to market a customizable high performance low cost solution."

Jungo is an Associate Member with the Intel® Communications Alliance, a community of communications and embedded developers and solutions providers. For more information, please visit www.intel.com/go/ica

About Jungo Software Technologies
Jungo Software Technologies is a leading supplier of residential gateway software solutions, driver development tools and hardware access applications. Jungo offers integrated reference designs with several of the most influential global silicon vendors, enabling its customers to simplify device development cycles, improve performance and accelerate time to market. Jungo is a privately held company with corporate offices in San Jose, California, sales and support offices in Taiwan and an R&D center in Israel. Founded in 1998, Jungo's investors include TeleSoft Partners, Conexant, Infineon Ventures and Intel Communications Fund. Find out more at www.jungo.com.

Intel and Intel XScale are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.

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