LinMin™ Bare Metal Provisioning Is Now Intel®-Certified
LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning Passes Rigorous Software Security and Intel Hardware Compatibility Testing to Become Part of the Intel® Certified Solutions Program
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. - August 20, 2008
LinMin, provider of the award-winning LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning solution, today announced that it has become Intel-Certified after having been validated for software security, interoperability, and Intel® multi-core processor compatibility. Certification means that LinMin customers who deploy, host or repurpose systems running Microsoft Windows® or open source operating systems such as Red Hat®, Novell®, Ubuntu®, CentOS, Fedora or Asianux are buying and using a solution they can be extremely confident in.
"Being awarded the 'Intel Certified Powered by SpikeSource' logo represents a major achievement for LinMin, as it provides increased confidence and trust for our end users and channel partners that LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning is secure, interoperable and enabled on Intel platforms," said Laurent Gharda, CEO and founder of LinMin Corp. "We also look forward to increased product demand now that we are part of the Intel Business Exchange, the online technology marketplace with global reach."
"The Intel® Certified Solutions Program delivers immediate business value," says J. Scott Harrison, director Partner Programs Organization for Intel. "Program members can quickly take advantage of advanced Intel technologies and create more secure solutions without committing additional development resources, helping them to improve competitive advantage in the marketplace."
LinMin began shipping last week the new release 5.2 of LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning and introduced an application programming interface (API) that enables any open source or proprietary application to trigger bare metal provisioning events as well as support for additional platforms, including 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2, Novell SLES10 SP2, CentOS 5.2, Fedora 9 and Ubuntu 8.04.1. LinMin provisions over 50 different versions and architectures of Linux and Windows, and using a different technology, can also perform disk imaging for disaster recovery and system cloning.
LinMin provides software that remotely provisions and images Linux and Windows on servers, blades, PCs, appliances and virtual machines. LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning (LBMP) is the industry's only truly affordable system provisioning and imaging solution that can be implemented by IT organizations of any size with very limited budgets. LinMin is based in Redwood City, Calif. with development and QA offices in Menlo Park and San Rafael, Calif. For more information, please visit www.LinMin.com. Please send media inquiries to email@example.com.
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