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ZDNet UK: Motorola and IBM deals inked by Red Hat

Aug 15, 2000, 16:43 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat got a boost Tuesday from news it has entered deals with Motorola and IBM. Financial details of neither deal were released."

"Motorola Computer Group, part of Motorola's Integrated Electronic Systems Sector (IESS) has inked a deal that will make Linux ready for always-on telecom applications. Under terms of the agreement, Motorola will package and market the Red Hat Linux operating system, which will be shipped with its carrier-grade embedded computing platforms."

"Red Hat also announced Tuesday that it has a deal with IBM that will enable a commercial Linux developer to bundle all of IBM's Linux-based software into e-business software. IBM and Red Hat will jointly market, distribute and support bundled IBM, Lotus, Tivoli and Red Hat software offerings."

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