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UPDATED: 15:22, April 12, 2005
Lenovo releases China's first security chip
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Lenovo Group on Monday in Beijing released China's first security chip - "Hengzhi" which has been approved by the State Encryption Administration and independently developed by the company.

It means that China's information security-sensitive departments in the government, military and research institutions can now purchase safe PCs independently developed and controlled by Chinese.

According to relevant regulations the design, development and manufacture of China's encryption chips must rely on independent domestic ability and are forbidden from using relevant foreign products.

Safe Lenovo PCs installed with Hengzhi chips will provide security-sensitive departments in the government, military and research institutions with PC terminals completely developed and controlled by Chinese.

As learned Lenovo will officially launch safe PCs installed with Hengzhi security chips within this year.

By People's Daily Online

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