Germany-based Linux company SUSE Linux has no national conference scheduled this year, due to the fact that its financial year is changing.
Germany-based SUSE Linux has gone through its fourth sale in the last 15 years, with the new owner, Swedish growth investor EQT, having acquired the company from current owner, Britain's Micro Focus, for US$2.535 billion, with the UK firm using the proceeds to repay part of its existing debt.
The new enterprise release of SUSE Linux is designed as a modular system so that it can be used by companies and organisations of all sizes, the company behind it says.
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