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Red Flag Midinux® 3.0 demonstrates new immersive 3D experience




At Computex in Taipei (1st -5th June 2010), Red Flag demonstrated Midinux® 3.0 based on optimized MeeGo* solutions that deliver visually rich, Internet and media experiences on Intel® Atom™ processor-based devices. This is the warm up before the official release of Midinux 3.0 for Next Generation Handsets, tablets and other innovative mobile devices..


Since the inception of the MeeGo project, Red Flag has released Midinux 2.0 and now upgraded to Midinux 3.0. Midinux 3.0 with its 3D interface and multiple applications are based on MeeGo technology running on devices based on the Intel Atom processor. After the official release of Midinux 3.0, Red Flag will cooperate with partners to develop new products to meet consumer demand for the increasingly diverse Internet experience.


Midinux 3.0 develops and integrates the latest free open source software. The new graphics technology and 3D user interface brings you new and stunning visual, listening and touch experience. The features include voice and text messaging in mobile phones. Capacitive touch is another highlighted feature that realizes sensitive multi-point touch. Multi Desktop feature allows you to do multi-tasking and switch between applications seamlessly.


“"Midinux 3.0 integrates Red Flag Software and MeeGo, an industry leading technology, to provide a rich, powerful and easy to build mobile software platform. This helps ODM and OEMs to rapidly respond to market demand and launch their products," said Li Wenjie, Director of MID division, Red Flag.


 “Red Flag can meet increasing consumer expectations by taking advantage of the early features available in MeeGo v1.0,” said Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation. “MeeGo is providing the media-rich foundation from which Red Flag can position its leadership for supporting next-generation computing devices.”


The Red Flag Midinux operating system is the world's first to support the Linux operating system for MID. It brings together the Red Flag Linux operating system software technology and the design for new mobile computing experience for consumers. As the mobile internet requires mobile device features, smaller screens and a new mode of operation, the open, customizable, high-performance and high-security features of Linux makes it ideal for MID, tablets and other devices on the edge. After the formal launch Midinux 3.0, Red Flag will work closely with partners to provide customized solutions and reliable local support. Midinux 3.0 partners will develop key value added solutions with reduced time to market to immerse consumer in a new internet experience.



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 Asia with more than 150 employees. Under headquarter located in Beijing, there are two subsidiaries in Guangzhou and Shanghai, and well-established sales channels and service networks are deployed nationwide. The product line includes high-end Linux server OS, cluster system, desktop OS, embedded system, technical support services and trainings. Red Flag Linux has been adopted by plenty of industries, including government, China post, education, telecommunication, finance, insurance, transport, power, logistics, media, manufacture, etc.
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About the MeeGo Project
The MeeGo project combines Intel’s Moblin™ and Nokia’s Maemo projects into one Linux-based, open source software platform for the next generation of computing devices. The MeeGo software platform is designed to give developers the broadest range of device segments to target for their applications, including netbooks and entry-level desktops, handheld computing and communications devices, in-vehicle infotainment devices, connected TVs, media phones and more – all using a uniform set of APIs based on Qt. For consumers, MeeGo will offer innovative application experiences that they can take from device to device. The MeeGo project is hosted by the Linux Foundation. For more information on MeeGo, visit
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