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Issue #4 February 2005
- Introducing Enterprise Linux 4
- Videos: Hear what our partners have to say
- SELinux now integrated into Enterprise Linux 4
- Oracle products certified
- Demo: Take the Red Hat Network virtual tour
- How I learned to stop worrying and love the command line, part 1
- Xen, Virtualization on Linux
- Red Hat launches new Cool Stuff store
- Building the patent commons
From the Inside
In each Issue
- Editor's blog
- Red Hat speaks
- Ask Shadowman
- Tips & tricks
- Fedora status report
- Magazine archive
Hear what our partners have to say
What does the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 mean for our hardware and software partners? Watch their videos.
AMD: Joe Menard, VP Software Strategy & Alliance
Choice of features, choice of ISV applications, choice of 32-bit and/or 64-bit, and unparalleled bang for the buck: it's no wonder that AMD's Joe Menard agrees with CIO Insight that Red Hat is #1 for customer value. See what else Joe has to say.
Dell: Reza Rooholamini, Director of Engineering
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 is a milestone in enterprise computing, surpassing proprietary UNIX solutions in reliability, scalability and performance. Dell's director of engineering Reza Rooholamini explains how Red Hat is changing the game for Dell's customers.
HP: Martin Fink, Vice President Linux
Martin Fink knows Linux. As the VP of Linux for Hewlett-Packard, he is one of the most respected Linux voices in the IT industry -- so when he says that Red Hat helps Hewlett-Packard deliver "unmatched and unparalleled capabilities," you can rest assured that he knows what he's talking about. See more of what Martin has to say.
IBM: Scott Handy, VP of Worldwide Linux Business
IBM believes. From the early days in 1999, when Red Hat ran on departmental x86 servers, to the historic release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, which is supported on every server that IBM makes, the IBM / Red Hat partnership keeps getting stronger. Scott Handy, IBM's VP of Worldwide Linux sales, explains why Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 is better than ever.
Intel: Richard Wirt, General Manager and Senior Fellow
When Intel needs to showcase the performance of their 64-bit processors, they choose Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 -- because when it comes to operating systems with 64-bit multi-core support, there *is* no other choice. Richard Wirt from Intel tells you why.
Oracle: Robert Shimp, Vice President Technology Marketing
Oracle is unbreakable; Linux is inevitable. With the introduction of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, Red Hat delivers better performance, better scalability, better security and higher reliability. But don't take our word for it; see what Robert Shimp, VP of Technology Marketing for Oracle, has to say about it.