Spliced Networks has launched an online magazine focusing on open source solutions related to enterprise data networking.
Available online and in PDF format, the pilot issue of O3 looks at reducing voice infrastructure costs with open source telephony solutions, multilayer switching support in Linux, an introduction to open source intrusion detection systems, and Google hacks.
Spliced Networks, based in Ohio, is the developer of AppOS, an enterprise grade Linux-based platform for creating server/network appliances.
O3 is distributed free via BitTorrent in full PDF format in both 150dpi and print quality 300dpi. For a small fee, O3 can be customised for distribution within business, professional, educational or other organisations.
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