The US software company Red Hat has expanded its branch in Brno, and will hire another 350 workers, the head of the branch, Radovan Musil, told the ČTK news agency on Wednesday. Red Hat, which specializes in open-source software, set up their operation in Brno in 2004, and now employs around 600 people in the Czech Republic. It has acquired another 3,800 square metres of office space in the city, making it the firm’s largest development hub outside the US.
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