The early-access version of its platform for Windows 2000 will be based on Motorola's CPX8000 server architecture and is designed to require no more than five minutes downtime per year, Motorola said. The release is scheduled for the second quarter.
The platform is aimed at manufacturers looking to add Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) gateways, IP-based PBXs, voice messaging and processing systems applications for telecom servers.
Motorola also expects to begin shipping the Linux version of its telecom server in June, and hopes to make available an early-access version based on the Lynx operating system around the same time. The LynxOS from LynuxWorks is a Linux-compatible OS for real-time operations.