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[January 22, 2013]

Sirius Recognized as North America Commercial Partner of the Year by Red Hat

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) January 22, 2013 Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc., a technology solutions provider and a Red Hat Premier Business Partner, today announced that it has been named North America Partner of the Year in the Commercial category by Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source solutions. Sirius was honored during Red Hat’s third-annual North America Partner Conference held in San Diego, CA January 14–16.

Sirius was recognized as the Commercial Partner of the Year for demonstrating the highest level of commitment to Red Hat through Sirius’ engagement and investments. Sirius has invested in building a team of certified sales and technical personnel that provides clients with open source software solutions from Red Hat, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, server and desktop virtualization, cloud computing, and JBoss Enterprise Middleware.

“We are very pleased to receive this award from Red Hat two years in a row. It is a testament to our dedication and commitment to offering our clients cost-effective solutions, outstanding products and exceptional services,” said Rex Russell, director of Industry Standard Solutions at Sirius. “Red Hat continues to expand their open source solutions portfolio, providing us more opportunities to grow our Red Hat business and ultimately giving our clients more choice in technology solutions.” “It’s a privilege to honor Sirius at the Red Hat North American Partner Conference,” said Roger Egan, vice president of North America Channel Sales and Development, Red Hat. “Sirius worked with us to deliver tools and solutions needed by the enterprise to face the ever-evolving IT landscape. We recognize and applaud their effort and look forward to our continued work together in 2013.” About Sirius: Sirius is a national IT solutions integrator dedicated to helping clients implement advanced infrastructure solutions built around industry-leading servers, storage, networking, software and financing, and supporting them with a comprehensive suite of infrastructure and software consulting services. For more information about Sirius, visit http://www.siriuscom.com.

Contact Information: Vin Tugade, Corporate Communications, Sirius Computer Solutions Phone: 650-576-3820; E-mail: vin.tugade(at)siriuscom(dot)com All company, product or service names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of others.

Corporate Headquarters 10100 Reunion Place, Suite 500 San Antonio, Texas 78216 (210) 369-8000 http://www.siriuscom.com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/siriusrecognized/redhatpartneroftheyear/prweb10350142.htm (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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