Cuba Presents Linux-based Operative System at I.T. Fair
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- Science and Technology
- 02 / 13 / 2009
Second year university student Heysi Montero Martinez told the Cuban News Agency that the NOVA system and other free technologies are aimed at inexpert users or at those who are currently migrating to this Linux-based software programs.
The system offers many advantages particularly the access to the program from the original source by the users, who can make modifications and adapt it to very particular interface needs, said Montero Martinez.
The NOVA team is based at the University of Information Technologies (UCI); its members are in charge of the operation of the new system, offering new technical supports, security patches and software updates, among others.
The Information Technologies Fair, which winds up on Friday, is being attended by nearly 150 companies from 20 countries, including China, Venezuela, Russia, Bulgaria, Mexico, Spain and Canada.