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Red Hat va présenter ses résultats pour le troisième trimestre de l’exercice 2013 dans une webémission

Red Hat Inc. (NYSE : RHT), premier fournisseur mondial de solutions de logiciels libres, commentera ses résultats pour le troisième trimestre de l’exercice 2013, jeudi 20 décembre 2012, à partir de 17 h 00, heure de New York.

On pourra accéder à la webémission en direct à partir de la page Internet de Red Hat dédiée aux relations avec les investisseurs à l’adresse http://investors.redhat.com et une rediffusion sera disponible environ deux heures après la fin des événements en direct.

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Red Hat est le premier fournisseur mondial de solutions de logiciels libres basées sur une approche communautaire qui permet le développement de technologies infonuagiques, Linux, intergicielles, de stockage et de virtualisation fiables et à hautes performances. Red Hat offre également des services de support, de formation et de conseil, plébiscités sur le marché. Au cœur d’un réseau mondial d’entreprises, de partenaires et de communautés des logiciels libres, Red Hat contribue à la création de technologies pertinentes et innovantes, qui libèrent les ressources nécessaires pour prospérer et préparent leurs utilisateurs à l’informatique de demain. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur http://www.redhat.com.

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