"Students benefit from 64-bit Linux skills and an advanced
platform for local software application development."
"Donovan Systems, the premier developer of 64-bit Linux systems,
has set up its first 64-bit Linux computing laboratory in China, in
the Beijing Technology and Business University (BTBU) School of
Information Engineering. This marks the start of the company's
efforts to promote advanced 64-bit Linux computing in the teaching
curricula for Chinese tertiary students."
"The resource laboratory will conduct 64-bit Linux computing
courses and encourage students to develop 64-bit Linux
applications, with special emphasis on Chinese Penguin64, a
double-byte 64-bit Linux operating system. Chinese Penguin64 is the
world's first 64-bit Chinese Linux developed by Donovan in a
partnership with China's Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of
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