Ubuntu Core now available for Samsung ARTIK 5 and 10

If you have been waiting to try Ubuntu Core on the Samsung ARTIK 5 or 10… the wait is over! Developer images for the 2 boards are now available from developer.ubuntu.com . This image gives access to a number of the Samsung ARTIK functionalities, Bluetooth, wifi, and gives developer a powerful platform to build their next devices and applications.

The release of the images comes after a series of announcements by Samsung and Canonical over the last few months. As we’ve been working to create an IOT developer environment based on Ubuntu Core for the Samsung ARTIK, with early successes at MWC with Sensory and Slock.it. But now is the time to share the work with the community and let everyone in the community give it a try.

With the Samsung Developer Conference having just taken place, these images will give the community new tools to build secure, manageable and innovative IOT solutions on Samsung ARTIK. We hosted a workshop about building Home gateway solutions based on ARTIK and Ubuntu Core – check out our demo here!

And if you do not have an ARTIK board to test the image on…do not despair they’re available on www.digikey.com later this month! And then get the Ubuntu Core image here.

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