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  • With HP's Help, China's Red Flag Linux to Step onto Global Stage - HP has long relationship with firm extending to Red Flag's earliest days. Compaq Computer Corp., which HP acquired in 2002, was one of 3 original partners introducing first versions of Red Flag Linux in 1999 in China. [Computerworld]
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  • IBM in Bundling Deal with Red Flag Linux - IBM expands geographic ambitions for Linux, signs deal to bundle DB2 Express version of its database software with Chinese Linux distributor, for small and medium businesses. [ZDNet UK] (September 11, 2003)
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  • HP, Red Flag Team on Corporate Linux - Hewlett-Packard (HP) and China-based firm have teamed to develop and market Linux software to firms in China, and later, globally; to form HP-Red Flag Linux laboratory in extant Beijing HP facilities. [ZDNETAsia] (September 03, 2003)
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  • Oracle Sends up the Red Flag - Oracle and Red Flag Software have firmed up partnership. Oracle to certify, support 9i Database on Red Flag Linux; 9i Application Server, Collaboration Suite, E-business Suite to be available later. [The Register] (May 11, 2003)
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  • High Prices, False Steps Help Windows Lose to Linux in China - Background story partly explains why Beijing China Linux OS vendor Red Flag exists, and is growing quickly. [The Register] (August 08, 2002)
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  • Raising the Red Flag - History, background, many links, suggests paying more attention to this firm, request for translation assistance. Several forum comments. [Linux Journal] (January 30, 2002)
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  • Red Flag Linux beats out Windows in Beijing - On 28 December 2001, Beijing municipal government awarded contracts for office automation, antivirus, system software, to 6 local software vendors, rejected 7th bidder: Microsoft. One winner: Linux OS vendor Red Flag. [The Register] (January 04, 2002)
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  • Raise the Red Flag Linux - China allegedly banned use of Windows 2000 in government offices in deference to their own Linux distribution, Red Flag Linux, according to story from South China Morning Post. [Linux Journal] (January 06, 2000)
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