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REDSonic partnership promotes Embedded Linux in China

Nov 30, 2001 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive

Santa Ana, CA — (press release excerpt) — REDSonic, Inc. today announced a strategic alliance with ChinaSoft Network Technology Co. Ltd., the largest software vendor in China. The two companies will work together to develop the embedded software and digital device market in China. The companies will cooperate in software development and sales and provide technical support, service, and training to customers.

ChinaSoft chose to partner with REDSonic because of ChinaSoft's strong interest in the Linux and embedded Linux market and REDSonic's technological expertise in that arena. “We want to build on our leading position in the China market by expanding our offerings into the embedded Linux space,” explained Guo Xianchen, deputy chairman president and CEO at ChinaSoft.

REDSonic also sees the partnership as a way to extend its reach in the China market. “With our engineering center in Shanghai, and our growing alliances in China, we can provide leading-age embedded Linux technology for Chinese industries,” said Dr. Kwei-Jay Lin, chairman of REDSonic.

ChinaSoft Co., Ltd. is a core holding company of China National Computer Software & Technology Service Corporation (CS&S) and the largest software solution vendor in China. With more than 700 employees, CS&S develops operating system, embedded, financial, commercial security, military application, industrial and commercial management, and machine translation software; digital products; information security products; and office automation products. CS&S solutions can be seen in industries such as railway, financial, military, civil aviation, commercial, telecommunications, power, water conservancy, industrial and commercial, banking, government, and security. For more information, call 010-62169522 or visit www.Chinasoftcom.com.cn or www.cssnet.com.cn.

 
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