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ComputerCurrents: TurboLinux Demand In China

Jan 14, 2000, 01:19 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Adam Creed)

"Building on its success offering localized commercial versions of the Linux operating system in Japan, Intel Corp. -backed TurboLinux has instituted a national training program to build on the healthy initial sales of its software in China."

"The nationwide TurboLinux Certified Engineer training courses will be available in China's 10 largest cities and will provide participants with the skills required to meet Linux Professional Institute (LPI) certification standards."

"TurboLinux consumer and business solutions are localized for the "double byte" character sets of the Japanese, Chinese and Korean alphabet as well as European languages. The Chinese version has full support for traditional and simplified versions of the Chinese alphabet."

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