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Ventana and Canonical collaborate on enabling enterprise data center, high-performance and AI computing on RISC-V

This blog is co-authored by Gordan Markuš, Canonical and Kumar Sankaran, Ventana Micro Systems Unlocking the future of semiconductor innovation  RISC-V, an open standard instruction set architecture (ISA), is rapidly shaping the future of high-performance computing, edge computing, and artificial intelligence. The RISC-V customizable and scalable ISA enables a new era of processor innovation and […]

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The role of secure data storage in fueling AI innovation

There is no AI without data Artificial intelligence is the most exciting technology revolution of recent years. Nvidia, Intel, AMD and others continue to produce faster and faster GPU’s enabling larger models, and higher throughput in decision making processes. Outside of the immediate AI-hype, one area still remains somewhat overlooked: AI needs data (find out

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Canonical announces collaboration with Qualcomm

The collaboration will bring Ubuntu and Ubuntu Core to devices powered by Qualcomm® processors Today Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, announced a collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., the latest major System-on-Chip manufacturer and designer to join Canonical’s silicon partner program. Through the partner program, Qualcomm Technologies will have access to a secure, open source operating system,

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Canonical Delivers Secure, Compliant Cloud Solutions for Google Distributed Cloud

Today, Canonical is thrilled to announce our expanded collaboration with Google Cloud to provide Ubuntu images for Google Distributed Cloud. This partnership empowers Google Distributed Cloud customers with security-focused Ubuntu images, ensuring they meet the most stringent compliance standards. Since 2021, Google Cloud, with its characteristic vision, has built a strong partnership with Canonical. This

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Canonical launches Ubuntu Pro for Devices

New subscription for IoT deployments brings security and long term compliance to the most advanced open source stack  Nuremberg, Germany. 9 April 2024. Today, Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, announced the launch of Ubuntu Pro for Devices – a comprehensive offering that simplifies security and compliance for IoT device deployments. Ubuntu Pro for Devices provides

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Meet our Federal team at NLIT 2024

We’re excited to announce our participation in NLIT 2024. As our collaboration with the Department of Energy (DOE) is strengthening, we’re looking forward to meeting our partners and customers on-site to discuss the critical topics for 2024: Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence and open-source innovation. AI/ML Solutions for the DOE  The public sector, including DOE, invests heavily

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Canonical joins ELISA

Advancing safety-critical Linux Canonical is proud to announce it is joining the ELISA (Enabling Linux in Safety Applications) project. By joining ELISA, Canonical will work side-by-side with other industry leaders to make Linux a trusted and dependable option for safety-critical environments. ELISA for Linux in safety-critical systems ELISA seeks the establishment of comprehensive guidelines and

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Introducing Netplan v1.0 – stable, declarative network management

New “netplan status –diff” subcommand, finding differences between configuration and system state As the maintainer and lead developer of Netplan, I’m proud to announce the general availability of Netplan v1.0 after more than 7 years of development efforts. Over the years, we’ve had approximately 80 individual contributors from around the globe. This includes many contributions

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Canonical at America Digital Congress in Chile

We are excited to share that Canonical participates in America Digital Congress in Santiago, Chile, for the first time ever. It’s one of the leading events in the region about digital transformation bringing together VPs and experts from the most relevant global tech companies.  Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, provides open source security, support and

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Creating Snaps on Ubuntu Touch

This article was written in collaboration with Alfred E. Neumayer of the UBports Project. Tablets, phones and current technology’s capabilities are phenomenal. Who would have thought a thin, light, barely 10 inch device would provide all the power necessary to run Virtual Machines, wherever one desires while powered on battery? That a smartphone would be

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