Here at SUSE, there’s a renewed sense of excitement and opportunity that’s propelling us forward and fueling our drive to innovate. We call this “SUSE Unleashed” and we’re proud and excited to launch this new blog where we can share our ideas and listen to your feedback.

Enterprises of all sizes rely on SUSE Linux Enterprise to run their most demanding workloads and our commitment to supporting our customers and to upstream open source contribution continues as we enter this new era of unleashed potential.

Adrian Bridgwater for ComputerWeekly and Nils Brauckmann, president and general manager of SUSE recently discussed the contribution Linux, including SUSE Linux has made to the global technology ecosystem. Brauckmann says:

SUSE already has a proud heritage for participating in the growth, stability and support for Linux. Not only has SUSE provided leadership to the Linux kernel, but we contribute to other Linux related projects such as GNOME, KDE, Xen, KVM. Moving forward SUSE will operate as a separate business unit of The Attachmate Group. By operating SUSE as its own business, we can focus on the needs of our customers to accelerate the delivery of Linux solutions to customers including London Stock Exchange, Sony and Walgreens.

SUSE is focused and committed to driving innovation that matters most to our customers and partners. So, come with us as we continue this journey – visit this feed to learn about SUSE news, events, partnership announcements, customer successes and product updates. You’ll hear directly from a variety of SUSE experts here, but most importantly, we hope you’ll weigh in with your ideas too so our SUSE experts will hear from you.

Michael Miller is vice president of global marketing and alliances at SUSE.

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This entry was posted Monday, 26 September, 2011 at 8:00 am
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