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Red Hat and MontaVista Software will sell operating systems and development tools for new networking processors Intel introduced this week, the companies said. Intel introduced several new processors based on its XScale chips and designed for networking equipment at the Intel Developer Forum this week. Red Hat is best known for selling Linux, but it has another operating system called eCos designed for systems with less memory. eCos and its related development software will be available for Intel's new IOP321 processor, Red Hat said Tuesday. MontaVista is supporting Intel's IXP2400, IXP2800 and IXP425 chips.

Red Hat and MontaVista Software will sell operating systems and development tools for new networking processors Intel introduced this week, the companies said. Intel introduced several new processors based on its XScale chips and designed for networking equipment at the Intel Developer Forum this week.

Red Hat is best known for selling Linux, but it has another operating system called eCos designed for systems with less memory. eCos and its related development software will be available for Intel's new IOP321 processor, Red Hat said Tuesday. MontaVista is supporting Intel's IXP2400, IXP2800 and IXP425 chips.