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CingleVue signed as first Aussie Red Hat partner

CingleVue signed as first Aussie Red Hat partner

Red Hat to provide resources and support engineers for CingleVue

Open source solutions provider, Red Hat, has signed systems integration specialist, CingleVue, as the first Australian member of its Embedded Program.

As a member, CingleVue will have access to resources to integrate, certify and bundle open source Linux, virtualisation, and Java middleware platforms. It will also be able to leverage Red Hat’s global network of support engineers.

“The Red Hat technologies will enable us to deliver solutions to market faster and improve customer experience,” CingleVue managing director and CEO, Greg Tolefe, said. “As CingleVue’s solutions are Java centric, Red hat’s vertical reach from operating system to virtualisation to Java application servers has redefined how we look at solution provisioning and elasticity.”

According to Red Hat Australia and New Zealand regional vice-president and general manager, Max McLaren, the agreement is part of the company’s commitment to community-powered innovation, and contributes to creating relevant, innovate technologies that liberate resources for growth and prepare customers for the future.

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