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Web hosting company to offer Red Hat software

Rackspace, a company that hosts Web sites for small and medium-sized businesses, has signed a partnership to use Red Hat's e-commerce software, the companies plan to announce Monday. The deal will mean customers can take advantage of servers with software for tasks such as online catalog sites with ties to payment and ordering systems. Red Hat, the leading Linux company, will help to support the systems, Rackspace said in a statement. Rackspace, based in San Antonio, Texas, but with customers in more than 60 countries, charges from $300 to $50,000 a month to run its customers' servers.

Rackspace, a company that hosts Web sites for small and medium-sized businesses, has signed a partnership to use Red Hat's e-commerce software, the companies plan to announce Monday. The deal will mean customers can take advantage of servers with software for tasks such as online catalog sites with ties to payment and ordering systems.

Red Hat, the leading Linux company, will help to support the systems, Rackspace said in a statement. Rackspace, based in San Antonio, Texas, but with customers in more than 60 countries, charges from $300 to $50,000 a month to run its customers' servers.