MBK Lab and RED SOFT, the Russian developers, announced an import-independent solution for the public sector needs. The compatible Tegu mail server and RED OS operating system runs on the Baikal-M processor. Testing of the solution was carried out in accordance with the import substitution program with the aim of creating a basic set of software compatible with Russian processors.
Tegu / Tegu Professional / Tegu Advanced / Tegu Enterprise are the modern mail servers designed for building corporate and cloud mail systems.
RED OS is a Russian Linux family operating system for servers and workstations, that provides a universal environment for application software. The product is certified by the FSTEC of Russia (№4060 of 12.01.2019), that confirms its compliance with information security requirements and allows its use in government information systems. RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases of the Ministry of Communications of Russia (No.3751).
"The industry's task is not only to ensure theoretical compatibility of the software with domestic processors, but also to conduct regular load testing to confirm the practical relevance of the solution. The result achieved on the Baikal-M processor running RED OS gives hope that the hardware-software system will be useful for our users", - Igor Kalmetov, MBK Lab CEO, said.
"Adapting software to domestic processors is one of the main tasks facing Russian software companies. RED SOFT together with its partners is working purposefully in this direction. We thank MBK Lab for their cooperation and unity in import substitution issues", - Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, commented. "A full-functional import-independent stack must be based on a Russian processor. We thank our colleagues for understanding such an important factor and the time-consuming work. This is exactly how domestic developers should contribute to the creation of a secure and sanction-resistant IT infrastructure of the country", - Artem Ogurtsov, Deputy General Director of Baikal Electronics on Commerce, said.