CHINA Chinese major software developers to jointly build operating system


Chinese major software developers to jointly build operating system


05:38, December 09, 2019

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BEIJING, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- China Standard Software Co., Ltd. (CS2C) and Tianjin Kylin Information Ltd. Co. (TKC) will jointly build a domestic operating system, according to China Electronics Corporation.

It is an urgent need to develop a domestic independent operating system with a unified technical system and ecosystem to provide better user experience, said He Wenzhe, a chief financial officer of China National Software and Service Co., Ltd.

The NeoKylin Linux operating system developed by CS2C and the Kylin server operating system developed by TKC are the two most important domestic operating systems in the market. The logo of the two systems is Kylin, an auspicious animal in Chinese culture.

The NeoKylin Linux operating system fully supports mainstream open hardware platforms at home and abroad, covering the server version and the desktop version, and it is compatible with more than 4,000 software and hardware products, said Han Naiping, general manager of CS2C.

After more than 10 years of development, the Kylin server operating system has formed three series of operating system products including a server, desktop and embedded products, as well as Kylin Cloud and Big Data.

The system has nearly 100 software copyrights and patents, and has core competitiveness in the fields of independent security products and technologies, said Kong Jinzhu, general manager of TKC.

At present, the two enterprises' products have been widely used and recognized in finance, energy, transportation, health care and other industries.

The two enterprises jointly won the first prize in the 2018 National Science and Technology Progress Award.

After the operating system was jointly built, the research advantages and innovation resources can form a joint force. With the expanded scale, the operating system products can be deeply integrated with each CPU faster and better, which can further meet users' needs and promote product innovation.

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