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Deploying Ubuntu OpenStack to ARM64 servers

by dannf on 26 February 2018

At Canonical, we’ve been doing work to make sure Ubuntu OpenStack deploys on ARM servers as easily as on x86. Whether you have Qualcomm 2400 REP boards, Cavium ThunderX boards, HiSilicon D05 boards, or other Ubuntu …

Internet of Things

Canonical shows EdgeX on ARM

by kzapalowicz on 14 December 2017

Beginning in March, I have been assigned to the Linaro organisation to carry on the work with the LITE (Linaro IoT and Embedded) group by researching design and development of software for ARM-based gateway devices. One …

Internet of Things

NXP and Canonical to demo Ubuntu Core on the LS1043A at Embedded World

by Canonical on 14 March 2017

The LS1043A, NXP’s quad-core ARM 64bit-powered SoC, is built for embedded networking and IoT Gateways with high throughput needs. Ubuntu Core is a versatile operating system for IoT and networking equipment based on snaps, the cross-platform …

Internet of Things

IoT World and the power of Snappy Apps everywhere

by Maarten Ectors on 19 May 2015

IoT World was an eye opener for many. The same open source operating system that everybody loves from the cloud now powered the first smart fridge with apps from GE, the first Ubuntu Core drone with …

Internet of Things

The power of Software Defined Networking appliances – SDNA

by Maarten Ectors on 8 April 2015

For Mobile World Congress we purchased the cheapest Intel server with 6 ports from the Amazon Store: After installing Snappy Ubuntu Core and working with partners like Microsoft, F5, Dataart, Cybervision, Forgerock, ARM, Balabit, Zabbix, etc. …

Internet of Things

Smart things powered by snappy Ubuntu Core on ARM and x86

by mark on 20 January 2015

Smart things powered by Ubuntu Core have automated, transactional security updates and access to a huge range of software for app developers. We hope it will be useful for the next generation of incredible machines and …

Cloud and server

Got 64-bit ARM Hardware?

by Canonical on 25 November 2014

ARMv8 X-Gene X-C1 Development Systems, powered by Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, now available through Applied Micro’s developer enablement program. One of the hottest topics to emerge in the scale-out server space is the ARM-based server. These highly …

Cloud and server

Ubuntu and HP’s Moonshot extend the benefit of the ARM architecture to the data centre

by John Zannos on 30 September 2014

Hyperscale, scale out and cloud computing are the hot topics in the server space today. Driven by increasing Internet traffic, massive amounts of data and widespread adoption of Linux-based open source workloads, companies ranging from Paypal …

Ubuntu

Landscape updates Ubuntu with hyperscale management

by Canonical on 12 September 2013

Today we’re introducing some new features into Ubuntu’s systems management and monitoring tool, Landscape. Organisations will now be able to use Landscape to manage Hyperscale environments ranging from ARM to x86 low-power designs, adding to Landscape’s …

Ubuntu

Canonical joins Linaro Enterprise Group and commits Ubuntu hyperscale availability for ARM V8 in 2013

by Canonical on 1 November 2012

Canonical continues its leadership of commercial deployment for ARM-based servers through membership of Linaro Enterprise Group (LEG) Ubuntu, the only commercially supported OS for ARM v7 today, commits to support ARM v8 server next year Ubuntu …

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Calxeda delivers ARM powered Cloud

by Mark Baker on 8 May 2012

On Monday, Calxeda, one of the leading innovators bringing revolutionary efficiency to the datacenter, unveiled their new EnergyCore reference server live onstage with Mark Shuttleworth at the Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) in Oakland California. The choice …