Red Hat And Samsung Partner To Develop Enterprise Mobile Application Software

Posted: Jun 24 2015, 4:20am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Red Hat and Samsung Partner to Develop Enterprise Mobile Application Software
  • Red Hat and Samsung Hook Up to Provide Mobile Fixes for the Future

Red Hat and Samsung Electronics have hooked up to provide mobile enterprise solutions for the future.

Red Hat, which caters to the world’s population by lending its talent pool for open source problem fixing, and Samsung are ready to join forces in order to make the next level of mobile solutions possible.

The stomping ground of each corporation will come in handy in the creation of the joint project. Samsung’s mobile phone enterprise and Red Hat’s technological prowess will combine in an amalgam that will enable the impossible to become possible. 

Red Hat has the agility, feeling of brotherhood and quality care necessary for app development. Among Samsung’s technologies may be included: smart phones, wearable technology, tablets, televisions and printers.

Mobile solutions require more receptivity and reach. Red Hat and Samsung want to deliver the goods they have promised rather than just spout empty words of honor that they fail to fulfill. Among the stuff that Red Hat and Samsung have in store may be included: business techniques, developer systems, care catering and business cooperation.  

Robin Bienfait, executive vice president, chief enterprise innovation officer, Samsung, said in a joint statement:

“We are excited to collaborate with Red Hat to deliver the next generation of mobile enterprise applications and solutions, and are committed to shaping the future of innovation. Samsung firmly believes that strategic alliances with organizations such as Red Hat that deliver open source enterprise infrastructure and provide reliable, secure integration from the back end to the end user will help businesses more readily adopt a mobile first environment.”

Business applications include mobile technology that will run on the platform. Certain implements and treasures can build a sense of community too. Finally, consumers and colleagues can benefit from the joint strategy, provided all lend their collective input and feedback.

Craig Muzilla, senior vice president, Application Platforms Business, Red Hat, said: “Effective and successful enterprise mobility strategies take into account both platforms and devices, and how they come together to help enable powerful end-to-end mobile solutions. We believe deeply in the power of collaboration, and we're excited to join with Samsung in not only delivering a new generation of mobile solutions for the enterprise, but in empowering customers to achieve new levels of innovation in mobile.”

Red Hat and Samsung still have a few cards up their sleeves which they will pull out at the right moment in this game of high stakes. It will be a fight to the finish despite the odds being in their favor. Ultimately, the end result will depend on hard work and a bit of inspiration. The blood, sweat and tears that will go into the formation of the enterprise will not be energy wasted.   

When large corporations get together they make miracles happen. And it is big business that essentially provides jobs for people. Despite the slovenly image of multinational corporations being bloodsuckers in disguise, the fact of the matter is that they are the very heart and soul of the postmodern condition. Without them the wheels of industry would grind to a halt.

There is such a thing as thrift and the work ethic which make the material comforts and complex infrastructure of today’s civilization possible. Without such corporations as Samsung and Red Hat, this would be a pipe dream. But thanks to faith in the process, the wonders of technology are here in our midst in this current age and time. 

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