Mistral partners with Continuous Computing Corp

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Tuesday, 22 June 2004, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Mistral Solutions, Bangalore, a specialist player in niche, real-time embedded and telecom solutions, has announced a reseller partnership with Continuous Computing, the leading provider of
high availability Network Service-Ready Platform? solutions for telecom equipment manufacturers. Mistral was earlier a partner to Trillium Digital Systems, Inc., an Intel® company, and was providing the Trillium® Portable Software Suite to Indian customers. Continuous Computing purchased the
industry-leading portable software business of Trillium® from Intel Corp. in February 2003.

As a Continuous Computing Partner, Mistral will make available in India the entire range of telecom enabling products and services from Continuous Computing. Continuous Computing provides high availability hardware, software, middleware, and pre-integrated solutions that enable telecom
equipment manufacturers to quickly develop and deploy Voice-over-IP and 3G wireless infrastructure applications. The solutions range from components including Flex21? cPCI and FlexATCA? platforms, Trillium® communications software, upSuite® high-availability middleware, and complete Network
Service-Ready Platform? solutions, thereby providing customers a choice of modular building blocks at multiple levels of integration.

"This ongoing partnership with Continuous Computing and the Trillium® team will enhance the offerings provided by Mistral to the telecom and embedded market in India," said the Country Manager, Mistral, Mujahid Alam.

"We are pleased to highlight our partnership with Mistral Solutions in India, with whom we have been doing business since 2002," said Pradeep Malhotra, Managing Director for Continuous Computing India Private Ltd.

"Customers can continue to count on Mistral and Continuous Computing for the best service and most complete high availability infrastructure product line."

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