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RHELRed Hat Enterprise Linux
RHELRutherford High Energy Laboratory (now Rutherford Appleton Laboratory; UK)
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The latest Common Criteria certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables us to better meet the needs of public and private sector IT environments, from standard data center deployments to implementations that can require higher levels of regulatory compliance and operating system security.
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