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December 1, 2005

Red Hat and Fujitsu expand Linux Itanium porting services

Red Hat Inc and Fujitsu Ltd are expanding the relationship to bring applications running on Red Hat's Enterprise Linux and Fujitsu's PrimeQuest servers to the global market.

By CBR Staff Writer

The two companies are expanding their joint promotional activities around porting services for Linux applications from the Japanese market to Europe, the Americas, and the rest of Asia Pacific.

Raleigh, North Carolina-based Red Hat will provide application porting services to move Unix and 32-bit Linux applications to Fujitsu’s 64-bit PrimeQuest servers running Intel Corp’s Itanium processors, while Tokyo, Japan-based Fujitsu will offer testing and verification services.

The two companies first got together in May 2003 via a software collaboration agreement that was followed up in December 2003 with the formation of a Joint Development Organization. The current focus on Fujitsu’s PrimeQuest platform began with the June 2005 launch of the Itanium 2 servers running Enterprise Linux 4.

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