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Trapeze Gets Into Linux

Trapeze Networks announces certification status for the Trapeze Mobility System on Novell’s SUSE Linux and eDirectory

March 28, 2005

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PLEASANTON, Calif. -- Trapeze Networks™, maker of award-winning wireless local area networking (WLAN) systems, today announced Certification Status for the Trapeze Mobility System™ on Novell’s SUSE Linux and eDirectory.

The FreeRADIUS implementation that ships with Novell’s SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 or Open Enterprise Server integrates seamlessly with the Trapeze Mobility System. This means that the entire installed base of SUSE Linux solutions can now deploy Trapeze’s secure and robust wireless solution without having to integrate and install any new third party RADIUS solution.

Alpha NetSolutions, software integrator and Novell Platinum partner, was responsible for the integration between Trapeze’s Mobility System on Novell’s SUSE Linux and eDirectory.

“Together, Trapeze and Novell deliver enterprise-class flexibility for any size customer who wants to deploy FreeRADIUS in their networks,” said Alan Dekok, FreeRADIUS project leader. “This partnership is a giant step toward interoperability and is especially beneficial for customers who plan to deploy wireless using FreeRADIUS.”

Trapeze Networks Inc.

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