SUSE


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SUSEStanford University School of Education
SUSESoftware Und System Entwicklung
SUSESoftware und System Entwicklung (German: Software and Systems Development)
SUSEGesellschaft für Software-und Systementwicklung MBH (LINUX distribution)
SUSEScottish Union of Supported Employment (est. 1995; UK)
SUSESuitable for Use as Service Equipment (electrical construction)
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Founded in 1992, SUSE is the world's first provider of an enterprise-grade open source Linux operating system.
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EQT VIII will support SUSE's next period of growth and innovation as an independent company.
The partnership will allow SUSE to continue expanding their footprint in the region by leveraging StarLink's capabilities, channel community and customer base.
For StarLink, SUSE Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI)
Infosys and Micro Focus SUSE have jointly invested in a center of excellence to develop validated reference architectures, accelerators and factory-based migration solutions which will help customers in rapid adoption of private cloud built on SUSE OpenStack.
"Every generation of enterprise infrastructure innovation is now being built on open source," said Gerald Pfeifer, Vice President of Products and Technology Programs at SUSE. "SUSE is expert at both contributing to and using upstream innovation to create enterprise-grade, secure solutions that can be combined with other technologies to best address customer needs.
"SUSE Business Critical Linux" will be provided jointly by Fujitsu and SUSE to address customers' evolving needs with a highly reliable, 24/7 support framework that significantly extends current support periods, from five years to up to eight years per SUSE service pack.
The newest SUSE Linux Enterprise is based on Linux Kernel 3.12.
Lighthorse Networks supports network security and network forensics deep packet capture and routing solutions for physical and virtual networks on the SUSE Linux Platforms and Novell's Linux Offerings.
As part of the four-year extension to the deal, Microsoft will purchase and resell US$100 million worth of SUSE licenses.