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Leading With Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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Over the last 10 years, Red Hat has brought the software industry forward with the innovative technology delivered through our Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform. With this platform, we offered a new definition of customer value for the entire industry – reduced costs, increased performance, eliminated vendor lock-in and much more:

  • We pioneered commercial-grade open source solutions to enable a much wider range of computing at more affordable prices and computing power that extends to enterprises around the world.
  • We built a huge ecosystem of thousands of partners and certified platforms that offer our customers choice and flexibility.
  • We delivered innovation through our unique subscription model that allows us to balance our commitment to customers and partners to provide a solid, enterprise-class platform while maintaining certification stability.

With Red Hat Enterprise Linux, we continue to provide an industry-leading application platform, all based on open source technology, designed with the goal that end customers are and should continue to be the largest benefactors of Red Hat and our product offerings.

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