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NEC Added to Red Hat’s Certified Cloud & Service Provider Program; Paul Smith Comments

Paul Smith
Paul Smith

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 21, 2016 — NEC Corp. of America has been included in Red Hat‘s (NYSE: RHT) Certified Cloud and Service Provider program after accomplishing all enterprise cloud deployment certification and testing requirements, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

NEC said Monday it will utilize managed, multitenant reseller models to offer Red Hat’s portfolio of cloud-based technologies to federal agencies.

“This collaboration is designed to help our public sector clients accelerate the adoption of cloud delivery, meeting the mandate for cloud-first deployments, ” said Paul Smith, Red Hat’s senior vice president and general manager for the North American public sector business.

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