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Red Hat va présenter ses résultats pour le troisième trimestre de l’exercice 2013 dans une webémission

Red Hat Inc. (NYSE : RHT), premier fournisseur mondial de solutions de logiciels libres, commentera ses résultats pour le troisième trimestre de l’exercice 2013, jeudi 20 décembre 2012, à partir de 17 h 00, heure de New York.

On pourra accéder à la webémission en direct à partir de la page Internet de Red Hat dédiée aux relations avec les investisseurs à l’adresse http://investors.redhat.com et une rediffusion sera disponible environ deux heures après la fin des événements en direct.

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Red Hat est le premier fournisseur mondial de solutions de logiciels libres basées sur une approche communautaire qui permet le développement de technologies infonuagiques, Linux, intergicielles, de stockage et de virtualisation fiables et à hautes performances. Red Hat offre également des services de support, de formation et de conseil, plébiscités sur le marché. Au cœur d’un réseau mondial d’entreprises, de partenaires et de communautés des logiciels libres, Red Hat contribue à la création de technologies pertinentes et innovantes, qui libèrent les ressources nécessaires pour prospérer et préparent leurs utilisateurs à l’informatique de demain. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur http://www.redhat.com.

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Certaines déclarations figurant dans le présent communiqué de presse peuvent constituer des « déclarations prévisionnelles » au sens de la loi Private Securities Litigation Reform Act de 1995. Les déclarations prévisionnelles indiquent les attentes actuelles concernant des événements futurs sur la base de certaines hypothèses. Elles comprennent tous les énoncés qui ne concernent pas directement des faits historiques ou actuels. Les résultats réels sont susceptibles de s’écarter sensiblement de ceux indiqués par de telles déclarations prévisionnelles en raison de divers facteurs importants, dont : les risques liés à des retards ou des réductions au niveau des dépenses en informatique ; les effets de la consolidation du secteur ; la capacité de la société à se mesurer efficacement à la concurrence ; l’incertitude et l’issue négative de différends et règlements à l’amiable connexes ; l’intégration des acquisitions et la capacité à commercialiser avec succès les technologies et produits acquis ; l’incapacité à protéger de façon adéquate la propriété intellectuelle de la Société et la possibilité de violation ou de manquement aux revendications de licence de ou liées à la propriété intellectuelle d’une tierce partie ; la capacité à créer et à stimuler la demande pour de nouveaux produits et innovations technologiques en temps opportun ; les risques liés aux vulnérabilités en matière de sécurité des données et de l’information ; la mauvaise gestion ou la mauvaise maîtrise de la croissance de la société et de ses opérations internationales ; les fluctuations des taux de change ; les changements de collaborateurs clés et la dépendance vis-à-vis de ces derniers, ainsi que d’autres facteurs figurant dans notre rapport trimestriel le plus récent sur formulaire 10-Q (dont des exemplaires peuvent être obtenus sur le site Internet de la Commission des valeurs mobilières des États-Unis à l’adresse http://www.sec.gov), notamment ceux qui y figurent dans les paragraphes « Risk Factors » (facteurs de risque) et « Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations » (rapport de gestion de la direction). Outre ces facteurs, la performance et les résultats réels futurs pourront varier sensiblement en raison de facteurs d’ordre plus général dont (sans limitation) la conjoncture du secteur et du marché et les taux de croissance, la conjoncture économique et politique, les changements gouvernementaux et de politiques publiques et l’impact de catastrophes naturelles, comme les tremblements de terre et inondations, par ex. Les déclarations prévisionnelles contenues dans le présent communiqué de presse représentent les opinions de la Société à la date de la publication de celui-ci et ces opinions sont susceptibles de changer. Cependant, même si la société choisit d’actualiser ces déclarations prévisionnelles à l’avenir, elle décline expressément toute obligation de le faire. Ces déclarations prévisionnelles ne constituent pas une base suffisamment fiable pour représenter les opinions de la Société à une quelconque date ultérieure à la date du présent communiqué de presse.

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