RED SOFT and Infoland Expand Cooperation
Russian developers Infoland and RED SOFT have successfully tested Termit, a terminal access system by Infoland, for compatibility with RED OS, a Russian operating system by RED SOFT. Test results are documented in a bilateral certificate.
Termit allows for remote, centralized and secure access to corporate apps, data and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) from any device, and also runs legacy Windows apps on Russian operating system RED OS. Termit is listed by the Russian Ministry of Communications and Mass Media in the Unified Register of Russian Software for Computers and Databases (#5356).
RED OS is a general-purpose Linux-based operating system for servers and workstations, certified by the Russian Federal Technical and Export Control Agency (FSTEC) (#4060 of 12.01.2019) and — for its information security compliance — being allowed to be used in government and personal data information systems up to class 1 inclusive. RED OS is listed by the Russian Ministry of Communications and Mass Media in the Unified Register of Russian Software for Computers and Databases (#3751).
“The market increasingly calls for Russian software and integrated solutions; therefore we focus on strengthening partnerships with Russian developers to expand compatibility and functionality of our products in line with the domestic demand,” commented Rustam Rustamov, Deputy Director General, RED SOFT.
“As part of this partnership expansion, we have successfully tested Infoland and RED SOFT products for compatibility. Now, users of RED OS, which is a popular choice in the domestic software market, can enjoy additional functionality to run Windows apps on their workstations and thus make it easier to comply with import substitution requirements,” said Igor Bondarenko, Product Owner, Infoland.