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China to install 142,000 Linux PCs in classrooms


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#1 Delicate_Shadow

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تاريخ المشاركة 11 October 2005 - 01:35 PM

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قامت الصين مؤخراً بتحميل Linux على 142000 جهاز كمبيوتر في مدارس الصين و التي تعتبر أكبر عملية تحول في آسيا

China to install 142,000 Linux PCs in classrooms
Oct. 06, 2005

China will install a total of 141,624 new desktop computers running Linux in school classrooms this year. The PCs are ticketed for the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education, for an educational program called the School-to-School Project. They will run Sun Wah Linux's Debian-based RAYS LX.

The Jiangsu Province project is the largest procurement project in China's education history, Sun Wah Linux said. In addition, the deployment of RAYS LX marks the largest-ever Linux deployment in China, the company said.

The project will supply PCs to elementary and secondary schools in poor areas of nine cities in the provinces. A total of 15 companies competed for PC procurement deals worth a total of RMB $346.2 million (USD $42.7 million). Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and Lenovo were among three of the PC makers who competed for the contract.

Chinese computer makers Haier, Founder and four other unnamed companies won the hardware contract, Sun Wah said.

"This project marks the cooperative effort of Sun Wah Linux and the Jiangsu government's use of Linux to fight against Microsoft's monopoly in China," said Sun Wah Linux CEO Alex Banh. "This is the largest Linux desktop roll-out in Asia, thus proving that [the] national Linux OS is moving toward more practical usage by saving millions of dollars and bringing profound influence to China Linux development and application promotion."
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