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- Gregory Kurtzer, CEO, CIQ
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I think it's fair to say that if we consider enterprise servers or rather the Enterprise Linux standard, which is what previously was Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We look at this as, now all of a sudden we have an Enterprise Linux standard, right? Red Hat is with CentOS Stream. Red Hat pushed their development behind closed doors into the community, which is a good thing. Now, we have this Enterprise Linux standard up there and we have many derivatives of that Enterprise Linux standard. We obviously have Rocky. We have Redhead Enterprise Linux. We have Oracle and we have Alma. There are a bunch of them out there. There is Navy. I know I am forgetting at least a couple of them at this point, but there are a bunch of these is what I am saying. But if we count all of these as together, because they all should be compatible with each other. We count all of these together as the Enterprise Linux standard. I think together all of the open source projects behind this Red Hat and everybody, if we work together, I think we can actually start moving back towards 50%. But we have to work together.