Ubuntu in the wild – 17th of March 2021

The Ubuntu in the wild blog post ropes in the latest highlights about Ubuntu and Canonical around the world on a bi-weekly basis. It is a summary of all the things that made us feel proud to be part of this journey. What do you think of it?

Adlink Technology devices using certified Ubuntu

Canonical and Adlink technology partnered to provide their customers with pre-certified stacks. With Canonical offering ongoing security support and operational updates, this agreement will help Original Design Manufacturers (ODM) accelerate the development of their projects within the industrial, robotics, and AI space.

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Flutter 2.0: full Linux support

Flutter 2.0 is here, and it is now Canonical’s default framework for developing future desktop and mobile apps. This follows last year’s announcement from Canonical to expand the Linux support: Flutter for Linux has now been transitioned to the main release, hopefully making it easier to develop high-quality applications for Linux in the future.

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Embedded World 2021 News

There were lots of things featured for this edition of the Embedded World, including the Canonical partnership with Adlink Technology covered earlier and the showcasing of Ubuntu Core 20. This article gathers the main announcements and tech that were covered during the embedded world 2021 DIGITAL.

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The impact of IoT technology on the insurance industry

Kris Sharma, Finance Sector Lead at Canonical, shared his insights on IoT technology and its impact on the insurance industry in the latest issue of the magazine InsurTech. The magazine typically covers stories around the latest trends in the insurance industry as it pivots towards technology and digital transformation.
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Bonus mentions of Ubuntu in the wild

When walking around or enjoying a sip of coffee, you can witness some prime examples of #ubuntuinthewild… Here is one of our latest encounters!

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