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It’s now owned by a private equity company. So their expectation is that it will grow and make money and they control the board, but the PE company itself doesn’t have a technology business that will determine Suse’s path.

If it were a tech company buying them, the assumption would be that the buyer would try to digest Suse and incorporate its components into the parent.




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