May 12, 2001

Borland plans to peddle Linux kit in China

Author: JT Smith

LinuxGram reports that Borland is planning to open offices in Beijing and Shanghai. "Borland president and CEO Dale Fuller said that the decision to go to China was the result of the Chinese
government's decision 'to standardize on the Linux operating system instead of Windows.' Borland, he
says, figures that should mean a lucrative market for its Kylix rapid applications development (RAD) kit for
Linux."

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