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Red Hat for LinuxWorld SA

By   |  May 12, 2005

Red Hat, one of theworld\’s best know Linux vendors, has confirmed it will take part in the South African version of LinuxWorld.

Paul Salazar, marketing director for Red Hat in EMEA, says that his company is excited about the South African market and sees the exhibition as an excellent opportunity for the company to engage with many of its existing clients.

\”As Linux is growing in South Africa, Red Hat and its partner Obsidian want to demonstrate their readiness to serve customers in the region, we feel it is imperative that Red Hat shows support for its partners and the South African market,\” says Salazar.

He says Red Hat\’s presence at LinuxWorld South Africa is a strong indication that the company plans to increase its focus on this emerging market over the coming year.

\”All emerging markets find Linux and open source software an excellent alternative to proprietary, closed source packages,\” Salazar says. \”The Fedora Project provides a way to start using Linux at no cost and opens the door for evaluation, experimentation, porting and the likes. When a business is ready to move to a fully supported technology, Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides the mission-critical platform for technology deployment,\” he continues.

\”We believe this combination of offerings is ideal for emerging markets such as South Africa and that an increased presence in the South African market will be to both our own and the market\’s benefit,\” he says.

\”Right now, Linux and open source software is widely available and used in many universities, laboratories and businesses. However, there is still a great deal of misinformation centred on the commercial distributions of Linux.

\”In its keynote and other focused discussions, Red Hat intends to share views about the commercialisation of Linux and the new-age business model required to sell, distribute and support Linux. In addition we will offer insights into several key Linux technologies, including insight into Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (RHEL 4), Global File System (GFS) and Clustering,\” says Salazar.


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