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How open source is benefitting SUSE, its channel partners and customers
SUSE, a native open source software company is completely channel partner led and has a strong partner ecosystem in India. The company is investing heavily in India and is banking on the push from the government under the Digital India and Make in India programmes
Melissa Di Donato appointed CEO of SUSE
Former SAP leader Melissa Di Donato has been named CEO of SUSE. Di Donato has a strong track record in sales, business operations and...
SUSE provides platform for cloud-native
As businesses are transforming their IT landscapes to support present and future demands, SUSE is providing the foundation for both their traditional and growing...
SUSE names Brent Schroeder as global CTO
SUSE has announced Brent Schroeder has been named global chief technology officer to lead SUSE’s Office of the CTO. He replaces former CTO Thomas...
SUSE Expert Days kick-off in APJ this June
SUSE has announced it has opened registration for its annual SUSE Expert Days to be held in 21 key cities across Asia Pacific and...
SUSE Rolls Out New Software-defined Storage Solution
The new SUSE Enterprise Storage enables IT organizations to seamlessly adapt to changing business demands while reducing IT operational expense.
SUSE collaborates with Intel to meet transformation challenges of a data-centric world
SUSE has announced support for 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, formerly code named "Cascade Lake," following on the heels of becoming the first...
SUSE completes move to independence
SUSE has announced the completion of the company's acquisition from Micro Focus by growth investor EQT and its status as a standalone business. With...
We are the most dominant player in the manufacturing segment: Phillip Cockrell, SUSE
The amount of business in India is enormous, and SUSE is looking for a minimum 10 times more business than today. In an interaction with CRN India, Phillip Cockrell, Worldwide Vice President – Alliance Sales, SUSE, delves deep into the company's market positioning, partner ecosystem and more
Union Budget 2019: Read what IT industry expects
The current government has a strong push for Make in India and digitally enabled government services. The trend seems to continue in the right direction with the availability of faster and affordable connectivity across urban and rural India