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Priority Mobile Health


Company name: Priority Mobile Health
Contact: Michael Boatright
Phone: 504 366 2992
Fax: 504 365 2170
E-Mail: michael@priority.net
WWW URL: n/a

Priority Mobile Health is a full service ambulance provider 911 specializing in the delivery of High performance Emergency Medical Services. Our services include ground and air, critical care transportation throughout the U.S. and Central America.


Priority Mobile Health uses Linux for the following functions:

  • X-Windows:

    • X-Windows terminal (display, keyboard, mouse -- applications run elsewhere)
    • X-Windows server (runs applications, possibly exports display)
  • Network file server:

    • Samba server for a network of PCs.
    • NFS server for other PCs and Unix systems.
  • Print server:

    • Print spooler using samba (PC clients)
  • Modem communications:

    • Server answers the phone, provides shell logins.
    • Server answers the phone, provides PPP, SLIP or term logins.
  • Office productivity software:

    • Document preparation with ApplixWare.
    • Other document management.
  • Internet client software - WWW

    • NetScape Navigator.
  • Internet client software - mail

    • Netscape's mail client.
    • Other mail clients.
  • Network management:

    • Internet or WAN router.
    • Internet or WAN firewall.
  • Electronic mail server:

    • POP-3 server.
    • IMAP server.
    • SMTP server (sendmail, others).
    • SMTP mail router.
  • Network services provided to local users:

    • HTTP (World-Wide Web) server or cache.
    • ''Regular'' (user-ID and password required) ftp server.
    • Anonymous ftp server.
    • News server or cache.
    • Accepts telnet connections.
    • Accepts secure-shell (ssh) connections.
    • Runs one or more database servers.
  • Network services provided to remote users over dial-up or the Internet:

    • HTTP (World-Wide Web) server or cache.
    • ''Regular'' (user-ID and password required) ftp server.
    • Anonymous ftp server.
    • Accepts secure-shell (ssh) connections.
    • Runs one or more database servers.
    • Other services.
  • Software development tools:

    • Java
    • Perl
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