"Intel is furthering its diversification through a Linux
technical support center in China, jointly established with
Bluepoint Linux Software...."
"Intel said it has come out in support of Linux for its
processors because of its ability to create Internet-ready
applications. Bluepoint said it has developed the first "true
Chinese" vLinux operating system, named Bluepoint, and controls
approximately 80 percent of the Chinese Linux bundling market. It
is preinstalled by several major computer manufacturers in China,
where it is a leading provider of Linux solutions and related
services in the Chinese market. The company also develops
Linux-based embedded systems."
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