Los Angeles, CA, August 15, 2012- Colocation America, leading provider of superior technology services, announces its donation of a Dedicated Linux server to Fedora (www.fedoraproject.org), which advances software and content freedom worldwide. The addition of this server further distinguishes Colocation America as trusted resource within the technology industry: a proven provider of fail-safe data storage, fast connectivity, exceptional technical support and redundant backup capabilities.
“The Fedora Project is a global phenomenon, driven by individuals with a passion for the creation and use of free software. We share this spirit of innovation, where users share code, develop new products and benefit the public at large. To that end, our dedicated server will improve the Fedora infrastructure and benefit the software development community. This collaborative undertaking, backed by the superior connectivity and bandwidth we offer through our data center in Los Angeles, will broaden the success of Fedora among its users worldwide.”
“These strengths are a testament to our longevity in the marketplace and our emphasis on access, intelligence and mobility (AIM), principles that separate us from the competition and underscore our commitment to excellence. I welcome the opportunity to work with this inspiring group of professionals at Fedora,” says Albert Ahdoot, Director of Business Development of Colocation America.
Fedora is a Linux-based operating system, a collection of software that makes your computer run. You can use Fedora in addition to, or instead of, other operating systems such as Microsoft Windows or Mac OS. The Fedora operating system is completely free of cost for you to enjoy and share.
The Fedora Project is the name of a worldwide community of people who love, use, and build free software. We want to lead in the creation and spread of free code and content by working together as a community. Fedora is sponsored by Red Hat, the world’s most trusted provider of open source technology. Red Hat invests in Fedora to encourage collaboration and incubate innovative new free software technologies.