Turbolinux, China Telecom contractor to develop pay systems

Friday 23 January 2009 | 13:14 CET | News
Linux operating system developer Turbolinux and Chinese systems builder Beijing B&T Technology will together develop computer systems for payment settlement services in China, the Nikkei reported. As part of the agreement, Turbolinux will receive part of the profit for its mobile settlement technology and know-how in this business area, which is set to grow rapidly. Beijing B&T Technology is the settlement systems contractor for China Telecom's telephone network. China Telecom customers are currently able to pay for such items as air and movie tickets using their fixed-line or mobile phones.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: China Telecom
Countries: China
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