Categoría: IoT

Edge AI: what, why and how with open source

Edge AI is transforming the way that devices interact with data centres, challenging organisations to stay up to speed with the latest innovations. From AI-powered healthcare instruments to autonomous vehicles, there are plenty of use cases that benefit from artificial intelligence on edge computing. This blog will dive into the topic, capturing key considerations when […]

Simplify IoT device management: How to add Ubuntu Core devices to Landscape

Landscape has been a member of the Canonical product list for almost as long as Canonical has existed. Landscape allows administrators to manage their desktop and server instances from a single centralised portal. With the latest release of Landscape Server (23.10), we’ve introduced the ability to manage snap packages from Landscape – and with a beta release of the Landscape Client snap package now available from our Snap Store, you can also add Ubuntu Core-based devices to your Landscape estate.

Meet Canonical at CES 2024

It’s that exciting time of year, CES is almost here. With 2880+ exhibitors, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has cemented its position as the premier event for unveiling the latest technological advancements. With each passing year, CES becomes an even more integral platform for showcasing groundbreaking innovations. Join us at booth 9763 in the North […]

AMD Kria™ KR260 Robotics Starter Kit and Ubuntu: An exploration into future robotics development

The robotics field is constantly evolving, and with AMD and Canonical’s collaboration, the trajectory towards a more adaptable and efficient robotics framework is shaping up. Last year, AMD introduced the Kria™ KR260 Robotics Kit. The board embodies the spirit of seamless integration, ensuring developers face fewer barriers when developing robotics applications by getting Ubuntu and […]

Canonical partners with AMD to enable Ubuntu on AMD Kria™ K24 SOMs

Canonical has partnered with AMD (since from when it was still Xilinx) for many years and we jointly deliver optimised/certified Ubuntu on multiple AMD device families, e.g. AMD Zynq™ UltraScale+™ evaluation boards and AMD Kria™ K26 SOMs (system-on-module). Canonical is pleased to announce Ubuntu is now enabled on AMD’s new Kria™ KD240 and ready for […]

Canonical teams up with MediaTek to optimise Ubuntu for IoT innovations

14 March 2023, Embedded World, Nuremberg: Canonical today announced the first Ubuntu images optimised for MediaTek’s Genio 1200 System on Chip (SoC). The solution spurs AI innovation for enterprises, startups, emerging brands and leading ODMs in diverse markets. By partnering to enable Ubuntu on the Genio platform, MediaTek and Canonical will make it easier for […]

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS End Of Life – keep your fleet of devices up and running

Ubuntu 18.04 ‘Bionic Beaver’ is reaching End of Standard Support this April, also known sometimes as End Of Life (EOL). This distribution of Ubuntu was installed by millions of users and powers up thousands of devices. From kiosks and appliances to IoT devices and robots, 18.04 helped many companies deploy innovations to the world. As […]