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Red Hat reports a profit and a purchase

The Linux seller's quarterly profit and revenue hit all-time highs, and the company announces an agreement to acquire storage specialist Sistina Software for about $31 million in stock.

By December 18, 2003

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Linux start-up wins $10 million

Sistina Software nabs funding to advance its software, which helps numerous Linux servers collectively share a single set of data.

By February 10, 2003

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File system start-up names marketing exec

Sistina, a Minneapolis start-up that sells software to let computers store files across a host of computers instead of on a single machine, has named Joaquin Ruiz vice president of marketing and product development, the company said Tuesday. Ruiz previously worked for storage networking start-up Nishan Systems, where he was an early employee and director of product marketing. Ruiz is replacing David Sass, who left Sistina several months ago. Sistina also announced last week that its file system works with Oracle's 9i RAC database software, which uses several smaller servers instead of one larger one and therefore benefits from a file system such as Sistina's GFS. GFS competes with products from Veritas Software, IBM and others.

By June 18, 2002

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New CEO for storage software start-up

Sistina Software, a Minneapolis start-up that hopes to sell software and services that will let files be stored more easily across networks of computers, named Frank Crusing its new chief executive Thursday. In addition, former Brocade Communications CEO Bruce Bergman has been named chairman. Crusing previously was a group vice president of services at Oracle, where he led consulting work with telecommunications customers. He replaces interim CEO John Hartling. Hartling, who also was chairman, still is on the company's board of directors.

By March 7, 2002

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Start-up releases file system software

Minneapolis start-up Sistina has released version 5 of its Global File System software, which helps spread data across several computers' storage systems. The software, which competes with products from Veritas, makes sure data remains available even if one server fails. The GFS product is one of several examples of software that a company released as open source in hopes of increasing its popularity but that eventually was made proprietary again. Sistina charges for technical support, integration of the software within customer sites, and other services.

By December 14, 2001