Release of FreeBSD 9.0 Delivers More Power to Serve

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) January 26, 2012

Today, the FreeBSD Foundation announced the recent release of FreeBSD 9.0. FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE raises the bar for open source operating systems in terms of file system reliability, IPv6-readiness, networking capabilities, compiler and toolchain technologies, and security. Many of its new features directly benefit system administrators, application developers, and companies that use or base their products on FreeBSD.

“FreeBSD 9.0 represents the culmination of over two years of ground-breaking work in operating system performance, reliability, and security,” said Ken Smith, Release Engineer for the FreeBSD Project. “We are proud to dedicate this release to the memory of Dennis M. Ritchie, one of the founding fathers of the UNIX


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