Technology Author: Yifan Zhang Jun 23, 2022 09:41 PM (GMT+8)

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Linx Software (Chinese: 凝思软件), a Chinese security operation system provider, has announced the completion of its Series B+ round of financing. 

China Unicom Innovative Fund (Chinese: 联通创新基金) and Chengdu Capital Group (Chinese: 成都科创投集团) participated in this round.

The corpus raised will be used to further optimize the company’s equity structure. China Unicom Innovative Fund and Chengdu Capital Group will respectively empower the company's communication operators and financial businesses and help the company's industrial integration and standardized operation.

Linx has clients from industries such as power, government, finance, railway and telecommunications, including State Grid Cooperation of China (Chinese: 国家电网), China Railway (Chinese: 中国铁路), China Mobile (Chinese: 中国移动), Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese: 中国科学院), according to its official website.

Linx’s competitors include YizhiSec (Chinese: 一知安全), Antira Technology (Chinese: 云科安信), and Canada-based SOAR enterprise Orna.