Red Hat Global Desktop to Appear in NovemberBy Steven Vaughan-Nichols | Posted 2007-10-12 Email Print
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Consumers won't be able to "buy" this distribution, but PC customers outside the United States will be able to buy PCs preloaded with Red Hat Global Desktop. (DesktopLinux.com)When Red Hat announced its upcoming Linux desktop at its annual summit in May, the company predicted the Red Hat Global Desktop would be out by September.
Now, delayed a bit, the new desktop Linux will be appearing in November, company executives are saying.
The delay was caused, Gerry Riveros, Red Hat senior product marketing manager for enterprise Linux, said in an exclusive interview with DesktopLinux.com, by Red Hat's desire to support Intel's full PC hardware platform lines.
"With this, and our partnership with Intel, we could enable RHGD for the entire Intel hardware platform," Riveros said.
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