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LinuxPR: China's Institute of Software unveils 64-bit Chinese Linux

Jun 15, 2000, 07:12 (2 Talkback[s])


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"Chinese Penguin64 a major advance in Linux development."

"China's Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences today unveiled the world's first 64-bit Chinese Linux operating system at the Great Hall of the People. The release of this native server software, Chinese Penguin64, represents a major advance in Linux development, combining the advantage of open-source computing and unlimited 64-bit processing power with native Chinese language capability."

"The Institute of Software developed Chinese Penguin64 in collaboration with Donovan Systems, using Donovan's cutting-edge 64-bit hardware. Singapore-based Donovan Systems, the premier developer of 64-bit Linux systems, supported the development of Chinese Penguin64 by sharing their knowledge and expertise of 64-bit UltraSPARC processing technology. Donovan also contributed towards the development cost of Chinese Penguin64. The Institute of Software and Donovan Systems share the intellectual property of Chinese Penguin64 on UltraSPARC."

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