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PC World posted a story that Microsoft said on Tuesday it will work with a Chinese operating system developer to create cloud computing products for the country's market



China Standard Software, Microsoft's Chinese partner, has co-developed a Linux operating system with a defense lab, China's National University of Defense Technology, and the operating system, called "NeoKylin", has been approved by a number of government ministries.

NeoKylin is meant for use by government offices, national defense, energy and other sectors of the Chinese economy, and aims to reduce China's dependence on imported operating systems.

Microsoft's agreement with Shanghai-based China Standard involves the two companies building products based on Microsoft's Hyper-V Open Cloud architecture. The products will also work with China Standard's NeoKylin Linux Server operating system.
  Microsoft to Co-develop Cloud Products With Chinese OS Firm