>> We are trying determine cost and benefits of supporting FreeBSD >> platform for OEM market. Does any one have data on the installbase >> for FreeBSD "Embedded" in 3rd party applications and appliances? We >> are looking for ball park numbers. > > There is no requirement to tell anyone else that you're using FreeBSD > in a product, so some people don't. As a result, I would be highly > suspicious of any numbers anyone *could* come up with (I would expect > such numbers to miss a lot of applications). > > A better approach in my opinion would be to look at specific use > cases; the FreeBSD web site includes some information of that sort. > One example not listed there is that Juniper Networks routers control > plane ("JunOS", I think) is based on FreeBSD.
I missed the first question, but we are using a Taiwanese remote access system (a box with 32 modems inside to receive incoming dial-up connections) based on FreeBSD (2.something I guess) as well as a satellite receiver from UDcats (www.udcat.com) based on FreeBSD too. Olivier _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"