Newbury Networks, a developer of tracking appliances to locate Wireless Fidelity, or WiFi, enabled devices, is using technology developed by Raleigh-based rPath to bring a new location appliance to market.
Newbury utilized rPath’s rBuilder for the creation of Linux-based software appliances in launching the device. It is designed to locate WiFi devices linked to an enterprise network in order to track assets, include for security seasons and also for network provisioning.
The choice of rPath technology enabled it to speed product development to weeks rather than months, Newbury said.
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I am very please to announce the release of Foresight Linux 0.9.9. What is new in this release?
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Ken VanDine has announced the availability of Foresight
Linux 0.9.9, the latest development build of the desktop-oriented
distribution based on rPath Linux and its Conary package management
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The role of the operating system is changing, says Billy Marshall, the CEO of Raleigh, N.C.-based rPath, whose rBuilder product is used by software vendors to create and maintain software appliances.
A Raleigh software company founded by Red Hat alumni is building a following of its own.RPath has landed 10 customers and $9.1 million in venture capital just 10 months after the release of its first product.
RALEIGH, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–rPath™, provider of the first platform for creating and maintaining software appliances, today announced that Newbury Networks, the Location Systems Company™, has selected rBuilder to help deliver its recently announced location appliance to its enterprise customers. Newbury provides real-time location tracking solutions through its patented location-based technology.
Version 1.0.5 of rPath Linux has been released and is available for download, project team member Michael K. Johnson announced last week. The new version of the Xen-oriented distribution features a 126.96.36.199 kernel along with the GNOME desktop environment.