Russian software developer RED SOFT and Russian manufacturer of computing equipment ICL Techno have confirmed product compatibility. Now the RED OS runs on ThinRAY thin clients, TeamRAY server systems, BasicRAY and SafeRAY personal computers. The last line of PCs and workstations is based, in particular, on the Russian Baikal-M processor.
RED OS is a Russian Linux family operating system for servers and workstations, which provides a universal environment for the use of application software. The product is certified by FSTEC of Russia (#4060 from 12.01.2019), which 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 (#3751). I
CL Techno is a Russian computer equipment manufacturer and part of the ICL group of companies. The production capacity of the plant is designed for 300 thousand products a year. Design, production, installation and maintenance are certified to international standards and Russian GOST. ICL Techno creates ready-to-use software and hardware suites according to the customers' requirements and has the experience and resources to implement large-scale IT projects of a federal scale.
"For the implementation of national projects and the provision of technological independence of the country it is necessary to create comprehensive IT-solutions. Only continuous qualitative interaction of domestic developers is able to satisfy market demand in this direction. We would like to thank ICL Techno for the productive work", Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, said.
"In partnership with RED SOFT we are ready to offer import-substituting solutions in terms of software and hardware that meet the latest market requirements. Compatibility of RED OS operating systems with ICL Techno solutions opens up new opportunities for developing our products and solving the most sophisticated tasks of our customers", - Ildar Vagizov, Director of Sales and Marketing at ICL Techno, comments.