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Helius/Caldera Satellite Router running Linux
Caldera
Posted by Hemos on Thu Feb 25, '99 08:56 AM
from the faster-better-linuxsized dept.
Shag writes "Helius has a press release up on their site about the latest thing to do with one of those little satellite dishes. It's still the same ol' DirecPC technology - 400kbps satellite feed inbound, landline ISP outbound - but now they've got a Linux-powered router beastie so you can handle your whole LAN this way. " This is a great solution for small businesses and school buildings-and it's good to see cutting edge stuff like this.

 

 
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