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Date:      Sat, 8 Aug 1998 09:25:47 -0700
From:      "Paul Traina" <pst@juniper.net>
To:        <current@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Fw: JunOS Whitepaper
Message-ID:  <000001bdc2e9$33457380$28d176cc@pst.shockwave.com>

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FreeBSD makes a pretty good platform for doing the non-realtime portions of
a complex system.

ObPlug: Juniper has funded and continues to fund development projects for
FreeBSD (e.g. the kernel debugger, sysinstall, PAM integration, ...).  We're
happy to be a part of the FreeBSD family.

ObAdd: By the way, I'm looking to hire a software tools person and a UNIX
apps jack-of-all-trades person.  Both must be insanely strong software
developers who play nice with BSD (understand the Zen) but prefer to see
their favorite bits of BSD rewritten to be efficient, maintainable, and
robust.

Paul

Louis A. Mamakos <louie@TransSys.COM> wrote in message
<199807041412.KAA22805@whizzo.transsys.com>...
>
> Yeah, it's pretty cool stuff.  We've been testing it since late last year,
> and it works pretty good.
>
> > Juniper Networks has a cool whitepaper on their FreeBSD derived
> > technology.
> >
> >
http://www.juniper.net/leadingedge/whitepapers/optimizing-routing-sw.fm.html
>
> Of course the cool stuff is the quality of the routing protocol
> implementation they have.  Nothing else like it on the planet.  Not
> just warmed-over gated.
>
> louie
>
>
>
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