The State of IoT – February 2022

One could aptly name this February State of IoT as the State of Silicon. With the much-anticipated partnership between ARM and NVIDIA halting to a grind, Intel grabbed this month’s headlines by investing in the open RISC-V architecture and announcing a new fund promoting disruptive startups. Let’s dive straight in! Ferrari partners with Qualcomm   Software

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14 Linux Distributions You Can Rely on for Your Ancient 32-bit Computer

If you’ve been keeping up with the latest Linux distributions, you must have noticed that 32-bit support has been dropped from most of the popular Linux distributions. Arch Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora, everyone has dropped the support for this older architecture. But what if you have vintage hardware with you that still needs to be revived

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Ubuntu Pro 20.04 FIPS is now available for AWS, Azure and GCP

In the last few weeks the FIPS profile has become available for the Ubuntu Pro 20.04 images for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform. The FIPS profile for Ubuntu 20.04 was already available on on premise environments through Ubuntu Advantage for Infrastructure. Ubuntu 20.04 FIPS includes cryptographic validated modules that enable organisations to run and

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OpenStack is dead? The numbers speak for themselves.

Austin, Texas – 3rd of March 2022 – OpenStack is dead! A masked man in a black cloak with “public clouds”, “containers” and ”serverless” inscriptions shot OpenStack straight in the heart. OpenStack fell to the ground and with the last moment of strength exclaimed: “Long live open infrastructure”! That could be a headline of a

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KDE Neon vs Kubuntu: What’s the Difference Between the Two KDE Distribution?

When you find two Linux distributions based on Ubuntu and powered up by KDEwhich one do you choose? kubuntu is the official KDE flavor from Ubuntu. KDE Neon is the Ubuntu-based distribution by KDE itself. I know it is often confusing especially if you have never used either of them but got them as recommendations

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