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Red Hat joins Applied in ARM server drive

10/25/2012 08:00 PM EDT
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re: Red Hat joins Applied in ARM server drive
Neo10   10/26/2012 2:23:19 AM
While it's nice to hear that foremost distros like Redhat are supporting 64bit ARM, it still remains to be seen what real advantages it provides for enterprise market with the X86 legacy stuff snapping at their behinds. They better have some compelling solutions for small and medium businesses which are probably the prospective customers to start with.

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