VSTECS Pericomp appointed as distributor for Red Hat’s solutions in Malaysia

VSTECS Pericomp, a wholly-owned subsidiary of VSTECS Berhad, has been appointed distributor for Red Hat’s full range solutions in Malaysia.

Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source solutions with a suite of products ranging from operating systems to middleware to cloud infrastructure. The company also collaborates with a range of innovative partners in hardware, software, cloud, and business solutions.

The appointment of VSTECS Pericomp comes in response to growing interest in managed, multi and hybrid cloud solutions in the region.

Working and learning together with Red Hat, VSTECS Pericomp plans to offer innovative technologies and customer solutions for enterprises in Malaysia.

In a statement, Soong Jun Hsung, chief executive officer of VSTECS Berhad said they are proud to collaborate with Red Hat which offers enterprise open source technologies, and emphasises open technology, open culture and open process.

“With the rapid speed of change creating a multitude of different requirements, open source technology allows agility and flexibility for organisations to adapt and scale their IT environment according to their unique needs,” Soong said.

“Red Hat’s products and solutions complement VSTECS’ range of products and services and with our channel reach, we are confident this collaboration will yield position results for both Red Hat & VSTECS,” Eric Quah, country manager, Red Hat Malaysia said.

In addition, Quah also commented that they are committed to offering customers and developers broad choice in the cloud, and key to that vision is providing a suite of services that can enable users to build and deploy the best applications possible.

“We look forward to working with VSTECS to expand the availability of Red Hat technologies, and drive further innovation in the open hybrid cloud ecosystem,” Quah concluded.


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