Bangkok, Thailand (December 17, 2008)-Today, the Asianux Consortium, which was founded by Red Flag from China, HAANSOFT from Korea, MIRACLE Linux from Japan and VietSoftware from Vietnam, officially announced that WTEC of Thailand will join Asianux Consortium as the 5th members.
Following the Asianux big success in Mobile products in 2008, the Asianux Consortium keeps on expanding in
With WTEC joining them, Asianux solidifies even more their position on the Linux for Enterprise OS market in
WTEC will release Asianux product nationwide; they will also develop Linux for Enterprise OS business through Asianux in addition to their own open source software business. WTEC already secured a variety of open source technologies and delivered many solutions based on open source software.
Thanks to the unique ‘4-CO’ business model of Asianux - co-development, co-brand, co-support and co-marketing the Asianux Consortium differentiates itself from other Linux vendors such as Red Hat and Novell. Asianux is contributing to establish an Asian standard Linux Platform in terms of combining
Dong Jia, President of Red Flag Software states: “By the contribution of every member, Asianux achieved a great success in 2008. We are pleased welcome WTEC join Asianux Consortium at the end of this triumphant year. The Joining of WTEC expends our coverage in Asian to deliver more qualification products and service to customers. Welcome more and more Asian countries join Asianux to build and share our brilliant future”
"I am incredibly pleased that Asianux welcomes WTEC as the 5th member and provider from
Sujin Kim President & CEO of HAANSOFT said that “It is remarkable for Asianux to take yet another step forward expanding new business opportunities by adding a 5th member, WTEC to the Asianux community. We expect that bringing the new partner will strengthen the collaboration system in the Asian enterprise Linux OS market, as well as accelerate the global competitiveness of Asianux.”
Dr. Tran Luong Son, President of VietSoftware said: “The accession of WTEC from
Phiroon Phihakendr, Managing Director of WTEC said, “We are very honored to be the 5th member of the Asianux consortium as we will have a chance to take part in promoting our Asian flavor of Linux in a big and Asian way. As businesses get harder to be profitable especially with the economic downturn at the moment, a lot of companies will take a serious look at open source. I am confident that the market will be more receptive to Asianux’s way of selling than those of our counterparts’. Thank you for the big welcome from the members. We are looking forward to learning from the big boys.”
About Red Flag Software Co., Ltd.
Since its founding on June 2000, Red Flag Software is growing rapidly and firmly to be the largest Linux company in