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Empowering RISC-V with open source through Ubuntu

By Felicia Jia, 18 June 2024

Canonical collaborates with partners to deliver optimised Ubuntu on RISC-V platforms, empowering innovation on RISC-V  Open source and global standards have a...

World’s first RISC-V Laptop gets a massive upgrade and equips with Ubuntu

By Canonical, 13 June 2024

DeepComputing partners with Canonical to unveil a huge boost to the DC-ROMA RISC-V Laptop family  The DC-ROMA RISC-V Laptop II is the world’s first RISC-V...

Canonical presence at Qualcomm DX Summit @Hannover Messe

By Felicia Jia, 16 April 2024

At the world’s leading industrial trade fair, companies from the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and digital industries as well as the energy...

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

By Canonical, 11 April 2024

This blog is co-authored by Gordan Markuš, Canonical and Kumar Sankaran, Ventana Micro Systems Unlocking the future of semiconductor innovation  RISC-V, an...

Accelerate AI development with Ubuntu and NVIDIA AI Workbench

By Karen Horovitz, 18 March 2024

As the preferred OS for data science, AI and ML, Ubuntu plays an integral role in NVIDIA AI Workbench capabilities. 

Fast and reliable telco edge clouds with Intel FlexRAN and Real-time Ubuntu for 5G URLLC scenarios

By Serdar Vural, 30 November 2023

Intel and Canonical have been collaborating to deliver advanced infrastructure that can run the networks of the future. More and more, we see edge cloud...

Canonical joins the RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE)

By Canonical, 29 November 2023

Canonical is delighted to announce it is now a member of the RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE) to contribute to commercial readiness of open source software...

Canonical brings Ubuntu and ROS to NVIDIA Jetson Orin, providing stability to robotics and AI Development

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 18 October 2023

The intersection of software and hardware is crucial in driving advancements in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). Canonical and NVIDIA are...

AMD Kria™ KR260 Robotics Starter Kit and Ubuntu: An exploration into future robotics development

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 11 October 2023

The robotics field is constantly evolving, and with AMD and Canonical’s collaboration, the trajectory towards a more adaptable and efficient robotics...

What is a smartNIC and how is the technology shaping modern data centres?

By Serdar Vural, 6 October 2023

Data centres are going through a transformation. Gradually, we will see a new type of equipment attached to servers in almost every data centre: smartNICs are...

Canonical partners with AMD to enable Ubuntu on AMD Kria™ K24 SOMs

By Felicia Jia, 19 September 2023

Canonical has partnered with AMD (since from when it was still Xilinx) for many years and we jointly deliver optimised/certified Ubuntu on multiple AMD device...

Meet Canonical at Intel® Innovation 2023

By Felicia Jia, 8 September 2023

Intel® Innovation, one of Intel®’s flagship developer events, continues to span the worlds of architecture innovation, software tools and technology &...

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