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Red Hat acquires e-commerce software

Red Hat has acquired Akopia and will incorporate the Reston, Va., company's Interchange e-commerce software into its overall offerings. The software will be bundled with Red Hat's Linux operating system, its CCVS payment processing software and its Stronghold Web server software. Red Hat, based in Durham, N.C., announced the deal at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo trade show in New York. The deal is bad news for Zelerate, which sells a competing open-source package.

Red Hat has acquired Akopia and will incorporate the Reston, Va., company's Interchange e-commerce software into its overall offerings. The software will be bundled with Red Hat's Linux operating system, its CCVS payment processing software and its Stronghold Web server software.

Red Hat, based in Durham, N.C., announced the deal at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo trade show in New York. The deal is bad news for Zelerate, which sells a competing open-source package.