software defined

Internet of Things

Mobile World Congress 2017. One for the records – bigger and better!

by Canonical on 9 March 2017

Mobile World Congress was one for the record books! For starters, we blew-out last year’s number of visitors to Canonical’s Ubuntu booth. The mixture was consumer targeting businesses looking for device/mobility updates, IoT advances, and innovation …

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Why does software-defined everything matter?

by Canonical on 22 February 2017

Does anybody still think of a phone as a way of just making calls? According to Informate Mi less than 10% of the time you spend on a phone is spent giving calls. That’s because phones …

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World’s first 25/100 gigabit open ethernet-based switch launches

by Canonical on 18 June 2015

Canonical is delighted to support the launch of the world’s first 25/100 Gigabit open Ethernet-based switch, being introduced to the market today by Mellanox® Technologies, Ltd. (NASDAQ: MLNX). The new switch runs on ‘Snappy’ Ubuntu Core …

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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. …