Continuous Intros Flex21 Platform

Continuous Computing Corp. delivers application-ready, open architecture platform for telecom equipment manufacturers

February 26, 2003

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SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Continuous Computing Corporation (CCPU), a leading provider of high-availability computing solutions for telecom equipment manufacturers, today announced the Flex21 application-ready, open architecture platform. Designed to accommodate different architectures and operating systems, the Flex21 platform is the cornerstone of CCPU’s complete family of OPENbladeTM architecture solutions for Intel, SPARC and PowerPC. The high-availability, carrier-grade Flex21 platform breaks new ground in CompactPCI with support for nineteen node slots and the ability to independently power and cool up to 100W per slot. “The Flex21 application platform provides our telco customers a highly flexible system with the density, power, management and serviceability they need in a robust platform,” said Ken Kalb, CEO, Continuous Computing Corp. “The ability of the Flex21 platform to run Intel, SPARC and PowerPC applications means our customers have a transparent base on which to build their applications. They can get to market faster with a low cost, open standards platform that is easy to deploy." The Flex21 system furthers CCPU’s strategy of providing high-availability platform solutions for a range of critical telecommunications provider markets. Available fully integrated with CCPU’s award-winning upSuiteTM high-availability middleware and CCPU’s world-renowned TrilliumÒ protocol stacks, the new system provides customers with a fast path from development to deployment revenue. Continuous Computing Corp. (CCPU)

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