Red Hat is going to promote the Linux-Fedora distribution in Russia

Speaking at a conference, Milan Prohaska (Milan Prohaska), founder and CEO of VDEL, which is one of the key partners of Red Hat in Europe, has announced plans to promote the Red Hat Linux-Fedora distribution in Russia.

7 October 2008 | , , company, founder, hat, plan, red, red hat, russia

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