Asianux Server 3 CGL3.2 Registration

The Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) initiative was started at the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) in January 2002 with the goal to enhance the Linux kernel for use in highly available, secure, scalable, and maintainable carrier grade systems.
In 2007, the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) and Free Software Group (FSG) were merged into Linux-Fundation which is a nonprofit consortium dedicated to fastering the growth of Linux.
The Carrier Grade Linux kernel offers deployers and users unique competitive advantages and truly delivers on the promise of Linux: rapid innovation, lower total cost of ownership, superior stability, reliability, availability and scalability required for next generation communication systems.
Carrier Grade Linux Registration is the full disclosure of all the requirements in the Carrier Grade Linux Requirements Definition - V3.2. Asianux Server 3 for x86 and for x86-64 are now the registered CGL distributions. They are registered with the Carrier Grade Linux requirement definition document Version 3.2.

Asianux Server 3 Registration Documents

Contact : yushang@redflag-linux.com
Vendor : Red Flag Software CO.,Ltd., Miracle Linux Corporation and Haansoft,Inc.

registration document of Asianux Server 3 for IA32

registration document of Asianux Server 3 for x86-64

Links

Linux Foundation: http://www.linux-fundation.org

CGL 3.2 Requirements Document : https://www.linux-foundation.org/images/e/e5/Cgl-overview.pdf

Carrier Grade Linux: http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/Carrier_Grade_Linux

CGL Registration: http://www.linux-foundation.org/en/Registration