Concurrent Computer Corporation

Concurrent Computer Corporation is a developer and provider of Video on demand (VOD) systems to Multiple Service Organizations. Concurrent's On-Demand technology is based on off-the-shelf hardware and customized open-source software including RedHawk Linux, a customized version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux with real time enhancements.

Concurrent's technology has earned two Emmy awards. Concurrent solutions integrate with Scientific Atlanta (Cisco), Motorola, Tandberg and most other MSO headend manufacturers and architectures. Concurrent has offices in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The company also produces computer programs for the US military, including the Aegis BMD network

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Concurrent Computer Corporation - History
... Concurrent traces its history to Interdata which was founded in 1966 ... In 1973, Interdata was acquired by Perkin-Elmer which developed computers under its own name until spinning off the division in 1985 into Concurrent Computer Corporation ... Concurrent was in turn acquired in 1988 by the smaller MASSCOMP, which then assumed the name of the larger Concurrent Computer Corporation ...

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