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Old 11-06-2012, 09:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Red Hat's off to China with ambitious growth plans

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Linux software giant Red Hat has become the latest US technology behemoth to talk up the huge potential in the Chinese market, revealing plans to expand its footprint there as it attempts to come good on ambitious growth plans. CEO Jim Whitehurst told China Daily that he would be putting a greater focus on the People’s Republic, where next generation cloud projects are cropping up all over the place. "The open-source Linux system is the hero behind the scene. Most of the stock exchange market systems are based on the Linux system," he said.



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