Canonical and Chinese standards body announce Ubuntu collaboration

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on 21 March 2013

  • CSIP defines a new reference architecture for standard operating systems in China
  • CSIP, Canonical and NUDT from the CCN Open Source Innovation Joint Lab to further that standard
  • CCN Joint Lab will produce Ubuntu Kylin, with first release expected in conjunction with Ubuntu 13.04 in April 2013.

London and Beijing, 21 March 2013: The China Software and Integrated Chip Promotions Centre (CSIP) today announced a new reference architecture for Chinese operating systems.

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