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Red Hat and Intell - Moving Intelligence Forward

Red Hat's next generation of operating systems, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL 6) includes dramatic improvements in reliability, performance, scalability, and infrastructure flexibility and provides unprecedented control throughout the IT environment. RHEL 6 is designed to support today's flexible and varied enterprise architectures and most mission-critical environments.

Dell partnered with Red Hat to deliver enhancements for RHEL 6 in order to provide customers an opportunity to create a more efficient enterprise by running a consistent x86 platform across their organization. Customers benefit from Dell's open standards based platform that provides fast implementations, simplified management, and a quick return on investment while providing flexibility of choice as they continue to grow. And, by directly resolving almost all support related issues, Dell provides customers with a one-stop-shop for hardware, software, services and support.

With Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0, Dell customers benefit from:

  • Knowing Dell Engineers contributed to the kernel to ensure RHEL 6.0 works on all Dell servers
  • Less time to deploy RHEL 6.0 on Dell servers because all device drivers are integrated
  • Easier management with integrated Dell OpenManage and native PowerEdge and Satellite hardware patch management
  • Tighter integration of EqualLogic storage management for improved performance
  • More intelligent power management with Integrated support for Dell Advanced Power Management

Learn more: download the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 datasheet. Read the press release here.

For more information, visit www.redhat.com/dell


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