The Midori Linux operating system will soon be sold by a new JV comprised of Transmeta and two Hong Kong companies.

The two companies are Culturecom Holdings Ltd., the developer of a processor that supports Chinese written characters, and eForce Holdings Ltd. a logistics and sales group.

"We are happy to form the joint venture with eForce and Culturecom. We believe that the formidable partnership can definitely help achieving our target to support customer's needs in the Greater China and other Asian regions. We are confident to see the bright future of this partnership," said Matthew Perry, president and chief executive officer of Transmeta.

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