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Linux traction in Asia


August 25, 2006 8:53 am





There are a couple of stories out today (one here, the other here) in Red Herring talking about Linux in Asia, with particular focus on China and India. They highlight that, while Linux has yet to take off in Asia to the extent it has in Europe and North America, the potential for future growth is strong. Novell is identified as an important player in both India and China, the two markets Red Herring pegs as the most likely to surge.On a related note, Novell India yesterday announced that SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, as well as key desktop applications like OpenOffice, Firefox, Beagle, Banshee, Evolution and YaST, have been localized in five major Indian languages – Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Gujarati and Marathi. This will make it easier for Indian entities, particularly in the government and education sector, to adopt SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10.

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