Germany-based open source company SUSE says it has recorded revenue slightly over US$400 million during its last fiscal year, a rise of about 15% year-on-year, part as an independent company and part as a public entity under the banner of British mainframe vendor Micro Focus.
Open source company SUSE says the acquisition of Red Hat, once the biggest independent open source firm, by IBM shows the importance of the role that open source technology and standards will play in the future.
Software-defined networking has come into vogue because of the growth of the cloud and is one of the waves of the future, according to Olaf Kirch, vice-president of R&D at SUSE Linux.
When it comes to numbers, SUSE Linux is a long, long way behind Red Hat, the 800-lb gorilla of commercial Linux companies.
Going private and re-establishing itself as a separate business unit appears to have done SUSE, the Linux company, a world of good if one goes by the comments of Nils Brauckmann, president and general manager.
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