January 2009
UNIX Update;Jan2009, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the state of China's Linux market in the third quarter of 2008 based on an assessment made by Chinese research, consulting and information technology (IT) outsourcing service provider CCID Consulting. It was found that the sales revenue of the country's Linux market in the first three quarters reached 126.6 million Yuan. The main reason cited for the slowdown in China's Linux market's growth rate is the global financial crisis, which prompted cautious investments in informatization.


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