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[News] Red Hat GNU/Linux Gets Boost from Savvytek and Lenovo

  • Subject: [News] Red Hat GNU/Linux Gets Boost from Savvytek and Lenovo
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 02:55:18 +0000
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Savvytek lands Red-Hat Linux Virtualization implementation project

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| In partnership with Red Hat and Oracle; and in 
| their endeavor to lead the market towards a 
| more proficient, secure and better performing 
| infrastructural solutions; Savvytek was chosen 
| by Middle East Payment Services (MEPS) to 
| implement their new core application - RS2 - 
| based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Oracle 
| technologies. This technology migration 
| project comes to support MEPS direction in 
| building a Highly Available, Cost-Effectiveâ
| Ready Data center that hosts and supports 
| their mission-critical, dynamic operation.


Lenovo promotes ThinkServer brand with Tech Data, Red Hat rebates

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| Lenovo has announced a rebate program with Red 
| Hat and Tech Data that will give resellers 
| rebates when they purchase select Lenovo 
| ThinkServers and Red Hat Enterprise Linux or 
| Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced. The rebates 
| are designed to give Red Hat resellers an 
| incentive to try out Lenovo's ThinkServer 
| brand.



Is RHEL5 the New XP of Linux World?

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| If you blamed Redmond for late release of
| Vista (almost 6 years after XP) then think
| again, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 is the
| new XP of Linux World. And the same user-
| reaction is building towards it.
| As per official documents Red Hat declares
| of following a 18-24 months release cycle.
| Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 was released on
| 2007-03-14, and it's about 3 long years
| now, still there is no official
| announcement. The question here is how long
| will Red Hat possibly stick with 2.6.18
| kernel line and the contemporary packages.
| The present status of Red Hat Desktop is a
| stable but obsolete distribution.

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