Red Hat (www.redhat.com), the
leading provider of open source solutions to the enterprise, announced
global availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.4 last night at a
press conference hosted by Red Hat executives, partners and customers.
latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables enterprise
organizations to realize the benefits of open source innovation
throughout their IT environment, particularly in the areas of
performance and security. Red Hat Enterprise Linux proves that Linux
solutions can effectively eliminate for the need for Solaris in the
“This release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a
defining milestone in the evolution of Linux as the backbone of the
enterprise,” said Paul Cormier, Executive Vice President of Engineering
at Red Hat.
Red Hat continues to place great emphasis on the importance of partner relationships and collaboration with the community.
Hat Enterprise Linux v.4 is now available in 15 languages worldwide.
For more information please visit redhat.com or call 866-2-RED-HAT.
and Red Hat are committed to continuously improving the performance and
value proposition of Linux for our enterprise customers,” said Reza
Rooholamini, director, enterprise solutions engineering, Dell. “The
release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 on Dell PowerEdge servers is
another proof point of how we are enhancing the Linux platform to
provide customers with solutions that scale to meet their needs today
and in the future.”
“As customers continue to adopt Linux to run
critical enterprise applications, assurances of support and
cross-platform interoperability are very important,” said Tom Joyce,
Director of Platforms Marketing at EMC Corporation.
Ltd. welcomes the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4,” said Kazuhiro
Fujisaki, General Mamanger, Hitachi, Ltd. Software Division.
Linux becomes a more critical piece in IT datacenters today, Red Hat
continues to offer customers improved capabilities for performance and
value across open source and commercial environments,” said Martin
Fink, vice president of Linux, HP.
“The introduction of Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 4 is another important step in the maturation of
Linux, and one our mutual customers will welcome enthusiastically,”
said Scott Handy, vice president of Linux for IBM.
ability to drive migration from RISC to high volume enterprise
solutions increases with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4,” said Richard
Wirt, Vice President, Intel Sr. Fellow, General Manager of Intel’s
Software Solution Group.
“Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version 4
introduces the maturing Linux 2.6 kernel into Red Hat’s robust
Enterprise OS lineup,” said Dirk Elmendorf, chief technology
evangelist, Rackspace Managed Hosting.