Wired Q: Embedded NT

Michael Nelson mikenel at wam.umd.edu
Thu May 14 18:45:26 UTC 1998

FWIW, Berkeley Networks is an example of a company who has already done
this -- http://www.berkeleynet.com. 

On Wed, 13 May 1998, James Glave wrote:

> Hi all,
> James Glave at Wired News again. This time around I am seeking opinions on
> behalf of a friend up at Wired (the print magazine) -- concerning embedded
> NT. I couldn't find any discussion in the nanog archive, so I'm wondering
> if anoyne here has any experience with, or knowledge of, embedding NT in
> networking hardware - if that even makes any sense....?
> >From: Jesse Freund <freund at wired.com>
> >i'm working on a piece about nt-embedded and i have a couple of questions.
> >i'm hoping you might be able to hook me up with a smart network operator or
> >someone else in the know or perhaps you know.  basically, i'm curious why
> >the hell someone would want a version of nt embedded in a switch or router?
> >and who provides the custom solutions nt-embedded is meant to replace?
> Thanks, all!
> jtg
> James Glave, Senior Technology Writer 
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