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Hardened OS Vendor Builds Secure Virtual Layer For Network Devices
Written by Daniel   
Thursday, 21 May 2009 10:41

"Tier one" networking equipment vendors are adopting Green Hills Software's secure virtualization platform as an extra layer of protection for their devices, company says

May 21, 2009 | 12:58 AM
By Kelly Jackson Higgins

LAS VEGAS -- INTEROP 2009 -- Ultrasecure operating system maker Green Hills Software is quietly providing some major network equipment manufacturers with an extra layer of security for its devices.
Green Hills, which last fall released a commercial version of its hardened Integrity-178B operating system used in military fighter planes, is now leveraging that technology for the network, as well. Company officials here revealed they have built a secure virtualization platform for networking equipment based on a combination of the company's secure OS virtualization and networking technologies. [Comments...]


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