Sun goes down on Red Hat

LINUX HEADWARE FIRM "Red Hat" is fuming at the way that Sun is pitching it's release of Solaris 10 earlier this week. Though Sun resells Red Hat's software, the firms are growing increasingly hostile as they compete for the same set of customers. Now Sun has openly said that it sees the new version of Solaris as a tilt at Red Hat which it sees as sitting in the space that it wants to occupy. Red Hat has seen the moves coming for a while. Its opening shots have been to fly a plane over Sun's Solaris launch with a banner with a banner with the Red Hat logo.

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