Integrated Systems solutions from SUSE help OEM partners bring efficient, scalable and highly customized solutions to market faster. An integrated system brings together customized components (operating system, applications) to one system for a defined functionality. Integrated Systems from SUSE include flexible, commercially supported enterprise quality operating systems, robust, easy-to-use tools for efficient customization and provisioning, and expert implementation services.

Features

Competitive advantage through customization

Customized and optimized solutions give you a competitive advantage and will help you meet future demands more easily. This results in reduced total capital costs for you, and lower costs of ownership for the end user. More ›

Faster time to market with technology innovation

Better engineered systems and an adapted set of customization tools and services minimizes the time you spend on creating, deploying and maintaining integrated systems. More ›

Greater flexibility to meet changing market demands

Simplify the creation and deployment of your integrated systems. Use our simpler model to customize and package your integrated systems. More ›

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