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Financial Technology

December 13, 2013

SUSE Recognized for Product and Technology Excellence

Open source software SUSE has been recognized and honored for product, technology and channel excellence.

The company specializes in providing reliable, interoperable Linux and cloud infrastructure solutions that deliver greater control and flexibility to enterprises.

The company recently won the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Solution of the Year award. This honor was given to IaaS Solution of the Year SUSE Cloud 2.0 at the 2013 Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Awards.

While the finalists of the SVC awards were chosen by the Angel Business Communications editorial staff, the winner SUSE Cloud was selected by public voting.

“These types of honors are a great indicator of SUSE's commitment to excellence, service and innovation, which are what we strive to deliver,” said Michael Miller, SUSE vice president of global alliances and marketing. “Our partners and customers are a key part of any SUSE success and share in these awards.”

Designed to deliver enhanced capabilities for OpenStack-based private clouds, SUSE Cloud 2.0 is claimed to be one of the most enterprise-ready private cloud platform based on OpenStack.

The scalable SUSE Cloud 2.0 promises ease of operation, faster return on investment, and can easily manage mixed hypervisor cloud environments.

The editorial staff and public judged SUSE Cloud 2.0 for the impact it makes on the market and the benefits it provides to its customers.

Director of partner sales in Central Europe for SUSE Jens-Gero Boehm was chosen CRN Channel Champion 2013 in the software category by CRN readers.

Boehm has contributed to the development and expansion of SUSE's partner channel in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

SUSE was recently in news for partnering with Unisys (News - Alert) to bring Forward! by Unisys to more customers all over the world. Forward! supports mission-critical solutions and provides flexibility to users.

Forward! can be combined with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension.

Edited by Ryan Sartor

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