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|OS family||Linux (Unix-like)|
|Final release||4.0 / January 17, 2012|
|Official website||Asianux website|
Asianux was a Linux distribution based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. (RHEL) and jointly developed by companies in Japan, China, and South Korea, . This project was dissolved in September 2015. The Asianux trademark is held by companies in each country.
In December 2003, the Asianux project was initially started by two companies, Miracle Linux (Japan) and Red Flag Software (China). HaanSoft (Korea) joined the project in October 2004 and development was started by these three companies. Asianux Co. was established in December 2007, and Viet Software (Vietnam), WTEC (Thailand) and Enterprise Technology(Sri Lanka) also participated in the Asianux project. The product name was unified worldwide under the name "Asianux" and sold in each country. Then, the Asianux project was disbanded in September 2015.
- Japan - Miracle Linux Co., (CyberTrust Japan Co.ltd.)
- China - Red Flag Software Co., Ltd.
- South Korea - Hancom
- Vietnam - Vietsoftware, Inc
- Thailand - WTEC Co., Ltd.
- Sri Lanka - Enterprise Technology Co., Ltd.
- June 30, 2004 - Asianux 1.0
- August 26, 2005 -Asianux 2.0
- September 18, 2007 - Asianux Server 3
- January 17, 2012 - Asianux Server 4