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Data393 Gets Red Hat Certified

Data393, a leading Colorado managed IT infrastructure provider, announced it is now a Red Hat Ready partner

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Data393, a leading Colorado managed IT infrastructure provider, announced it is now a Red Hat Ready partner, assuring customers that Data393 products and solutions will work seamlessly with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This announcement with Red Hat further solidifies Data393 as a Colorado leader in the hosting industry, demonstrating its commitment to developing pioneering technology and for giving its customers customized options to grow their online businesses.

The Red Hat Ready hosting program provides hosting providers like Data393 with the opportunity to offer customers Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the leading platform for open source computing, certified for the applications customers already use.

Red Hat Ready certification gives thousands of businesses across Colorado and the nation an additional IT solution tailored to their e-commerce and hosting needs," says Erik Porter, co-founder and vice president of Sales at Data393. "We continue to seek opportunities to upgrade and improve our multi-million dollar data center while staying ahead of the curve with the latest technologies and the most professionally certified staff in the hosting and colocation industry.”

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