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Red Hat Inc's Customers Performance

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RHT's Source of Revenues Red Hat Inc's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 11.41 % in the 4 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 13.42 %, for the same period Red Hat Inc recorded revenue increase by 13.21 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 2.92 %.

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Red Hat Inc's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 11.41 % in the 4 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 13.42 %, for the same period Red Hat Inc recorded revenue increase by 13.21 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 2.92 %.

List of RHT Customers


   
Customers Net Income grew in Q4 by Customers Net margin grew to
12.1 %



Red Hat Inc's Customers, Q4 2018 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      3.72 %
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      17.67 %
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry    
Customers in Computer Hardware Industry -3.47 %   
Customers in Computer Networks Industry      4.7 %
Customers in Semiconductors Industry      8.38 %
Customers in Software & Programming Industry      9.95 %
Customers in Department & Discount Retail Industry      0.93 %
Customers in Technology Retail Industry      4.13 %
Customers in Wholesale Industry      11.66 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Red Hat Inc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


We provide our software offerings to our customers primarily under annual or multi-year subscriptions. Our subscription business model is designed to provide customers with a comprehensive technology solution for the duration of their subscription. A subscription generally entitles a customer to, among other things, a specified level of support, as well as new versions of the software, security updates, fixes, functionality enhancements and upgrades to the technology, if and when available, and compatibility with an ecosystem of certified hardware and software applications. We offer customers subscription options that have varying levels of customer support to which the customer is entitled. In addition, our customers are eligible to participate in Red Hat’s Open Source Assurance program, which provides certain protections in the event there is an intellectual property infringement issue with our enterprise offerings.
Our subscription business model contrasts with the typical proprietary software license model from a revenue recognition perspective. Under a proprietary software license model, the vendor typically recognizes license revenue in the period that the software is initially licensed. In contrast, under our subscription model, we generally defer revenue when we bill the customer and recognize revenue over the life of the subscription term.

We make Red Hat enterprise offerings available directly to customers and indirectly through various channels of distribution. Our direct sales channels include our sales force and our web store. Our indirect sales channels include cloud computing providers, distributors, independent software vendors (“ISVs”), systems integrators (“SIs”), and value added resellers (“VARs”). In addition, hardware original equipment manufacturers (“OEMs”) pre-load and support Red Hat enterprise offerings on their hardware products and also sell their hardware together with Red Hat enterprise offerings as part of pre-configured solutions. Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat JBoss Middleware enterprise offerings also have gained widespread support from leading ISVs, independent hardware vendors (“IHVs”), and SIs. With the support and tools we make available, many of these companies have engineered and certified that their technologies run on or with Red Hat enterprise offerings, and, in some cases, IHVs and ISVs have built their products and solutions using our enterprise offerings. We believe widespread support from these companies helps to increase the level of market acceptance and adoption of our enterprise offerings.

Red Hat Inc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


We provide our software offerings to our customers primarily under annual or multi-year subscriptions. Our subscription business model is designed to provide customers with a comprehensive technology solution for the duration of their subscription. A subscription generally entitles a customer to, among other things, a specified level of support, as well as new versions of the software, security updates, fixes, functionality enhancements and upgrades to the technology, if and when available, and compatibility with an ecosystem of certified hardware and software applications. We offer customers subscription options that have varying levels of customer support to which the customer is entitled. In addition, our customers are eligible to participate in Red Hat’s Open Source Assurance program, which provides certain protections in the event there is an intellectual property infringement issue with our enterprise offerings.
Our subscription business model contrasts with the typical proprietary software license model from a revenue recognition perspective. Under a proprietary software license model, the vendor typically recognizes license revenue in the period that the software is initially licensed. In contrast, under our subscription model, we generally defer revenue when we bill the customer and recognize revenue over the life of the subscription term.

We make Red Hat enterprise offerings available directly to customers and indirectly through various channels of distribution. Our direct sales channels include our sales force and our web store. Our indirect sales channels include cloud computing providers, distributors, independent software vendors (“ISVs”), systems integrators (“SIs”), and value added resellers (“VARs”). In addition, hardware original equipment manufacturers (“OEMs”) pre-load and support Red Hat enterprise offerings on their hardware products and also sell their hardware together with Red Hat enterprise offerings as part of pre-configured solutions. Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat JBoss Middleware enterprise offerings also have gained widespread support from leading ISVs, independent hardware vendors (“IHVs”), and SIs. With the support and tools we make available, many of these companies have engineered and certified that their technologies run on or with Red Hat enterprise offerings, and, in some cases, IHVs and ISVs have built their products and solutions using our enterprise offerings. We believe widespread support from these companies helps to increase the level of market acceptance and adoption of our enterprise offerings.




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RHT's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Red Hat Inc RHT 33,834 3,255 282 7,300
Alarm.com Holdings, Inc. ALRM 3,221 420 22 784
Ambarella Inc AMBA 1,383 247 -25 706
Alpha & Omega Semiconductor Ltd AOSL 295 60 -26 3,340
Arrow Electronics Inc ARW 7,770 21,798 471 18,700
Avnet Inc AVT 4,885 19,993 -141 18,800
Best Buy Co Inc BBY 19,520 43,441 1,350 125,000
Big Lots Inc BIG 1,397 5,282 154 36,100
Cleartronic, Inc. CLRI 42 0 -1 8
Cree Inc CREE 5,856 1,613 -175 6,796
Cisco Systems, Inc. CSCO 283,982 47,873 8,173 70,000
Dell Inc. DELL 0 0 0 0
Diodes Inc DIOD 1,845 827 24 8,586
Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. EIGI 8,450 1,145 5 3,664
Electronic Systems Technology Inc ELST 2 1 0 11
Everbridge, Inc. EVBG 2,213 147 -48 581
Hp Inc. HPQ 32,060 58,472 5,327 302,000
International Business Machines Corp IBM 127,177 79,591 8,728 379,592
Intel Corporation INTC 276,375 91,582 9,620 106,700
Irobot Corp IRBT 4,051 484 14 622
Kyocera Corp KYO 20,279 14,307 771 75,940
Semileds Corp LEDS 13 6 -4 187
Magnachip Semiconductor Corp MX 261 751 -4 2,520
Numerex Corp NMRX 75 67 -21 157
Nutanix, Inc. NTNX 6,880 1,241 -390 2,813
On Semiconductor Corporation ON 9,667 2,737 4 34,000
Power Integrations Inc POWI 2,290 348 111 646
Ptc Inc. PTC 11,214 1,299 148 5,982
Rubicon Technology, Inc. RBCN 22 4 -5 20
RadioShack Corporation RSH 0 0 0 0
George Risk Industries, Inc. RSKIA 41 14 3 175
Staples Inc SPLS 6,737 38,193 -2,500 44,400
Tessco Technologies Inc TESS 132 594 16 786
Target Corp TGT 41,137 75,356 2,937 347,000
Web.com Group, Inc. WEB 1,378 751 50 3,600
SUBTOTAL 880,651 508,645 34,587 1,600,216


             
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