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Big Blue is further expanding an already large presence in China with a new Linux-focused center in Beijing. And it says the world's top Linux developer, Red Hat, will be involved as well as Red Hat rival SUSE.
Two senior executives who quit Red Hat to join a Massachusetts software firm are now looking for jobs again. WRALTechWire Insiders can get the latest scoop.
Red Hat has changed the name of an open source project called JBoss Application Server, but the Java-oriented project will remain free and open, the Hatters declare.
Over the past year, Red Hat has been steadily increasing its commitment to OpenStack, an international initiative for development of cloud computing solutions based on open source. On Monday, Red Hat took two more major steps to bring its Red Hat OpenStack solution to market, including the launching of an early adopter program. Among its partners are two of technology's biggest hitters: Cisco and Intel.
Some of the biggest names in networking technology are joining forces with Red Hat and the open source world to form a coalition designed to help drive adoption of the emerging technology known as software-defined networking.
Red Hat is stepping up its efforts to capitalize on growing opportunities in "cloud computing" and virtualization by hiring a Microsoft exec who was deeply involved in the tech giant's own cloud efforts.
A court victory against Uniloc USA in a Texas court is reason to celebrate, Red Hat's assistant general counsel declares. "These suits are a plague on innovation, economic growth, and job creation," says Rob Tiller.
Inside the earnings report: Red Hat's expanded portfolio- along with a "land and expand" sales strategy - will deliver an estimated $250 million in year-to-year revenue growth.
IBM has made noise about getting out of hardware sales, but a new report on servers might change that. Big Blue rebounded to show a strong performance in 2012. Cisco and Red Hat also can find plenty of encouraging data in IDC's update.
Announcements about partnerships between businesses are as common as pine pollen in North Carolina, but occasionally a deal rises to the top of the pack. Such is the case of Red Hat's expanding relationship with the world's No. 1 PC maker, huge server manufacturer and growing IT services provider.
At its partner conference in San Diego, Red Hat announces a number of new and expanded offerings for its channel partners who are growing increasingly important to the Linux firm's growing revenue stream.