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Red Hat CEO Szulik to visit India

January 31, 2005 18:30 IST
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Matthew J Szulik, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President, Red Hat will visit India from February 7 to February 12.

During this visit, Szulik will be a keynote speaker at the NASSCOM CEO Conclave in Mumbai and the Linux Asia 2005 meet in Delhi.

The Red Hat chief is also scheduled to meet a cross-section of leaders from the Indian government and the corporates from India Inc.

Matthew Szulik has been leading early-stage technology companies, such as Interleaf, MapInfo, and Red Hat, into global, publicly traded firms for more than 20 years.

In 1998, Szulik and Red Hat founder Bob Young developed a shared vision that the collaborative approach of open source and a great brand could redistribute the economics of the technology industry from vendor to customer.

Szulik is passionate about improving the educational opportunities for students worldwide through open source, and he is a spokesperson to industry, government, and education leaders on open source computing.

Szulik is the Chairman of the Science and Technology Board for State of North Carolina's Economic Development Board. He is past Chairman and an Executive Director of the North Carolina Electronics and Information Technologies Association.

Szulik was recently recognized by CIO Magazine with its 20/20 Vision Award.

Red Hat, the world's leading open source and Linux provider, is headquartered in Raleigh, NC with satellite offices spanning the globe.

Established in December 2000, Red Hat India Pvt Ltd. is a joint venture between Red Hat Inc. and Clover Technologies, India. Red Hat has been at the forefront of bringing the latest open source and Linux technology to India.
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