RED SOFT and Tau Technologies conducted compatibility tests for their products. The developers have confirmed fully-fledged and uninterrupted operation of RhoMobile Suite software (by Tau Technologies) under the RED OS operating system (by RED SOFT). As a result of the tests, a bilateral certificate was signed.
RED OS is a multi-user, multitasking general-purpose operating system for servers and workstations, providing a universal environment for application software. The product has a certificate of FSTEC of Russia (№4060 of 12.01.2019), which confirms its compliance with information security requirements and allows its use in government information systems. RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases of the Ministry of Communications of Russia (№3751).
RhoMobile Suite - open source solution for creating modern native cross-platform desktop and mobile applications both in consumer and corporate sectors. RhoMobile platform offers all the necessary functionality for creating and integrating applications with any type of corporate systems and can significantly reduce the cost of software development and maintenance.
"RED SOFT pays great attention to expanding the list of compatibility of its products. Confirming the correctness of RhoMobile Suite running on the domestic RED OS is another important step in this direction. Cooperation with Tau Technologies is promising even because both companies are the members of "Domestic Software" Assn.", Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, comments.
"As a Russian company we support import substitution and therefore we ensure compatibility of our cross-platform application development solution with all major Russian operating systems, both desktop and mobile. We are pleased to cooperate with RED SOFT (creator of the RED OS, one of the most popular Russian operating systems). We hope that cooperation will be fruitful and will help Russian developers to create software for Russian operating systems faster and cheaper", - Dmitry Soldatenkov, Tau Technologies CEO said.