The Open Software Foundation’s 90-person Research Institute, based in Grenoble, France and Cambridge, Massachusetts, has work under way on a distributed, real-time fault-tolerant kernel; a single system image for clustered systems; and it’s going to the US National Security Agency for D3 level security evaluation. Half of its $15m funding comes from Foundation sponsors plus Apple Computer Inc and South Korea’s ETRI group. Other funding comes from the European Community, the US government, the UK Ministry of Defence and the Esprit research funds.
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