"Last month, Chinese Red Flag Software, Japanese Miracle Linux,
and South Korean HaanSoft jointly released the GNU/Linux-based
operating system Asianux 2.0. The three companies will package and
sell Asianux 2.0 under their individual brand names.
"A single unified Linux standard in Asia could promote the
uptake of Linux on the continent at the expense of Microsoft
Windows. The distribution has already won a major contract for
deployment at South Korea's National Education Information System
(NEIS) project, where a system is being developed to handle student
records for 10,000 schools across the country..."
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