Friday, January 21, 2005

Linux in China: Red Flag Pins Hopes on Asianux 2.0

From Technewsworld.com: Red Flag Pins Hopes on New Product

"Leading Chinese Linux software maker Red Flag Software expects to achieve a 50 percent growth in sales revenues this year, pinning hopes on Asianux 2.0, a new product to be jointly launched in July with Japanese and Korean partners."

"The alliance aims to grab a market share of Asia's rapidly growing Linux market, competing with world-leading developers including Red Hat, Linux and Novell." Read more

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