Huawei, RusBITex to design information protection systems

Wednesday 11 November 2015 | 17:12 CET | News
Huawei plans to cooperate with Russian R&D and production company RusBITex to design integrated information protection systems, reports Cnews.ru. Under an agreement signed by the companies, RusBITex will launch a package of systems based on Huawei FusionServer V3 servers, the protected Astra Linux Special Edition special OS and the hardware-software module Maxim-M1. The products will be compatible with the Russian military and security service's information protection certificates.

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Categories: General
Companies: Huawei China
Countries: Russian Federation
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