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Red Hat workers bring energy to new downtown Raleigh headquarters

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Mike Esser, a six-year veteran at Linux software company Red Hat, is delighted that the company moved its headquarters from N.C. State University’s Centennial Campus to the center of the city.

“Obviously love the space,” said Esser, 35, a manager for the communications and design team within the company’s marketing department. “It’s a little bit more light and bright. It’s much more open than our previous space. It gives us more of an opportunity to collaborate. ...You could never find a meeting room in the other space, because we were just bursting at the seams.”

H e also sees the location as a major plus.

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