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Old 11-17-2013, 02:30 PM   #1
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LXer: SUSE Linux Goes Long on Support

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SUSE last extended its support term length in 2011 for its SLES 10 release, offering a total of 10 years including the LTSS. Rival Linux vendor Red Hat has been providing its customers with 10 years of standard support since the beginning of 2012.Brauckmann noted during his SUSECon address that SUSE now has more than 19,000 active customers with paid subscriptions to SUSE services, up from 15,000 a year ago. He added that in its last fiscal year, SUSE generated $230 million in revenue and is now a profitable company.



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