Red Hat revenue up 11 per cent

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Open-source specialist's first quarter results show growth in sales, profit and subscriptions

Red Hat revenue up 11 per cent Open source provider Red Hat announced first quarter revenue of $174m (£107m), up 11 per cent on the same quarter last year. Subscription revenue was also up 14 per cent...

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