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ZDNet Says SuSE is Trying to "Stabilize" Linux, What About Red Hat?

Earlier today, ZDNet came out with a report that said SuSE is looking to "stabilize" Linux by "fine-tuning it for enterprise applications like SAP" and making it run on multiple platforms, such as IBM mainframes. When we saw this article, we wondered if the author had read any of the analysis of RedHat Advanced Server?

As we said in an article we published last month, Red Hat has put its Advanced Server on an 18 month product life cycle which is palatable to the IT departments of Fortune 500 companies. Is this an indication of lack of market knowledge by the ZDNet columnist or poor marketing by Red Hat? You decide.

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