Enea Linux 5 is CGL 5.0 registered for leading telecom companies to rely on when building their NFV applications, equipment, and networks
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, January 27, 2016 – Enea® (NASDAQ OMX Nordic:ENEA), a global supplier of network software platforms and world class services, today announced a new milestone in the evolution of the community based Enea Linux distribution. Enea just implemented the mandatory requirements of the CGL 5.0 standard (Carrier Grade Linux), adding Enea Linux 5 to the prominent list of “CGL Registered” Linux distributions. Enea Linux delivers the throughput, responsiveness, and virtualization technologies needed in next generation networking nodes, ranging from individual devices up to Network Function Virtualization (NFV) solutions.
“Enea’s commitment to the ecosystem manifests itself in Enea Linux remaining the most open commercially available embedded distribution on the market, and Enea will start upstreaming CGL functionality and software immediately”, said Daniel Forsgren, SVP Product Management, Enea. “As one of few remaining independent Linux vendors, Enea drives the evolution of networking centric functionality, with focus on high performance networking applications”.
With over 40 years of experience delivering mission critical embedded software solutions, Enea offers customer tailored distributions, centered on real-time, virtualization and networking capabilities. Enea Linux comes with exclusively open source development tools, verified to support all phases of the development process. Via packaged services, customers can rely on Enea throughout the entire product life cycle, from the development and deployment phases, all the way through the after-market stages.