Red Hat doesn't want to do a "me too" Linux desktop. The company is convinced that building another Linux clone is a sure path to oblivion.
"Trying to become the appendage on the existing incumbent would become a failing solution. The landscape is littered with people that tried to subscribe into becoming a component of that infrastructure and that infrastructure," Red Hat CEO Szulik said in his opening keynote at the Red Hat Summit in San Diego.
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