Microsoft's ally joins the Red Hat Partner Program

Source: Internet
Author: User site's latest information: Red Hat recently joined forces with Unisys to announce a partnership. In accordance with the Cooperation Agreement, Unisys will provide more server portfolio products in the future, including hardware, software and supporting technical support services.

Unisys also sells Linux software from Novell. After joining the Red Hat Partner Program, we will work with the latter to conduct market expansion, customer support, open source code technology development, training, and other work.

Unisys officially entered the Linux market this summer. Earlier in August, the company announced its Unisys es7000 server, which supports 32-bit and 64-bit Intel processors, not only for windows, but also for Linux operating systems.

Unisys has been closely cooperating with Microsoft. But CEO Larry weinbach is very optimistic about IBM's business model, and the company is gradually interested in Linux. But at the same time, Unisys also said that the launch of Linux products at the time was at risk of incompatibility with Microsoft, but now the two products are safe.

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