Following Asianux success in Mobile products in 2008, the Asianux Consortium continues expanding in Asia and welcomes new member, WTEC of Thailand, at the end of a harvest year.
With WTEC joining them, Asianux further solidifies its position in the Linux for Enterprise OS market in Asia and enhances its contribution on a worldwide basis.
WTEC will release Asianux product nationwide; they will also develop Linux for EnterpriseOS business through Asianux in addition to their own open source software business.
Follwing WTEC, the Asianux Consortium expects more companies to join the consortium in the future.
We are pleased welcome WTEC join Asianux Consortium at the end of this triumphant year.
I am incredibly pleased that Asianux welcomes WTEC as the 5th member and provider from Thailand following China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam.
Sujin Kim President & CEO of HAANSOFT said that "It is remarkable for Asianux to take yet another step forward expanding new business opportunities by adding a 5th member, WTEC to the Asianux community.
Tran LuongSon, President of VietSoftware said, "The accession of WTEC from Thailand to Asianux as 5th member is great news for all consortium members.
WTEC managing director Mr Zeljko Starcevic said: The locomotives are intended for operation in a temperatures ranging from minus 50oC to plus 40oC, which calls for high engine efficiency and reliability.
Complete production of the engines will start in the autumn at the new WTEC plant in Penza, Russia, which will be able to manufacture between 250 and 300 engines annually.