"A partnership of companies from Japan, China and South Korea
will unveil a new Linux-based operating system for local markets
later this week in Beijing to challenge Microsoft Corp.'s
dominance, a news report said Wednesday.
"The new software, called Asianux 2.0, will be introduced
Thursday and was developed by Japan-based Miracle Linux Corp.,
China's Red Flag Software Co. and Haansoft Inc. of South Korea, the
Nihon Keizai newspaper said..."
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