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By Canonical on 14 March 2018

Event Information Date: March 27 – 29 City/State: San Jose, CA Location: San Jose McEnery Convention Center Booth: #1227 GTC is the premier AI and deep learning conference, providing unparalleled training, industry insights, and…

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Canonical announces Ubuntu Core across Rigado’s IoT gateways

By Canonical on 21 February 2018

Rigado customers will benefit from open source, cost-effective, secure software in their commercial IoT deployments London, UK – 21st February 2018 – Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, today announced that Ubuntu Core will be deployed…


Snapcraft through the eyes of its biggest community contributor

By Sarah Dickinson on 16 February 2018

If you’ve spent any time in the Snapcraft forum, it’s quite likely you’ve come across Dan Llewellyn – a keen community advocate or self-proclaimed Snapcrafter. Dan has always had a passion for computing and is completely self-taught.…

Desktop achieves simplicity through snaps

By Sarah Dickinson on 11 December 2017

Switching to snaps, Rocket.Chat has been able to get its product into the hands of users with as few steps as possible, switching a multi-stage set-up process for a single command and instant installation.

Internet of Things

Ubuntu Core manages 25m data points a minute

By Sarah Dickinson on 30 November 2017

IMS Evolve’s systems monitor 25 million data points every minute of every day and manage almost 98,000 sites across 12 countries. Learn how they adopted Ubuntu Core on Dell Edge Gateways to run the cold-chain solutions of some of the most…

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Join us at the Ubuntu Enterprise Summit!

By Canonical on 21 November 2017

Bloomberg, Walmart, eBay, Samsung, Dell. Ever wonder how some of the world’s largest enterprises run on Ubuntu? This December, we are hosting our first ever Ubuntu Enterprise Summit to tell you how and help guide your own organisation…

Internet of Things

Introducing the UP² Grove IoT development kit with Ubuntu

By Canonical on 20 November 2017

As computing at the edge grows, so does the need to connect a flurry of IoT devices directly into a device that can do advanced analytics and processing. The whole journey from prototype to production is often bumpy, having to switch from…

Internet of Things

Building a future-proofed IoT consumer device with brand stores

By Sarah Dickinson on 20 November 2017

When building or deploying any IoT device either in remote locations or consumer’s homes, it is now essential for manufacturers to consider and review how their devices can be future-proofed once it leaves their warehouses – such as…

Internet of Things

Orchestrating architectural installations and live shows with snaps

By Sarah Dickinson on 15 November 2017

Dutch manufacturer Visual Productions BV, provides multi-platform software and solid-state hardware lighting control technology for namely the architectural, retail, venue and entertainment lighting industries. Originating from an…

Internet of Things

Launching Fingbox: from idea to distribution in under a year

By Sarah Dickinson on 2 November 2017

If you’re using a network security and scanning tool at home then there is a strong chance you have adopted Fing – the free network scanner for iOS and Android with over 25 million downloads. Following the success of their app, the…

Internet of Things

Using snaps to advance robotics development

By Sarah Dickinson on 30 October 2017

Robotics development has seen great expansion in recent years. Some roboticists strongly believe that this expansion is not only due to the rise of inexpensive sensors and actuators but also to the new software trends enabling code sharing…

Internet of Things

Cinergy makes significant digital signage savings using Ubuntu Core

By Sarah Dickinson on 24 October 2017

Based in Dallas, Texas, Cinergy operates a chain of three cinema entertainment centres (CECs) with ambitious expansion plans. CECs are an all in one entertainment venue incorporating cinemas, restaurants, bowling and other activities such…