Why Ubuntu Certification Matters for AIoT

DFI is the world’s first industrial computer manufacturer to join the Ubuntu IoT Hardware Certification Partner Program. Three DFI products have been certified recently, which means you will have an out-of-box experience, secure, faster time to market with DFI products and Ubuntu.

Ubuntu is preloaded on the certified devices, and Canonical provides 10 years of support. Furthermore, with the SMART START offering, enterprises can go to market faster and reduce costs.

In this webinar, you’ll hear from Taiten Peng (IoT Solution Architect at Canonical) and David Chen (FAE Leader at DFI) on
1. Why do developers need to use certified hardware
2. Which three DFI products have joined the Ubuntu certification family recently
3. How to leverage preloaded Ubuntu for IoT commercial project development

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