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Chris Kenyon

Chris Kenyon

7 posts

Chris Kenyon
23 March 2016

Tele2 begins major shift to cloud with Canonical

Cloud and server News

Tele2, one of Europe’s most innovative telecom operators, announced today that it will move its Network and IT infrastructure to the cloud to pave the way for future investment and network build out to 5G. This move puts Tele2 at the vanguard of the move to Network Function Virtualisation (NFV), a once in a generation change ...

Chris Kenyon
25 February 2013

Ubuntu phone, tablet at Mobile World Congress

Ubuntu Ubuntu One

Ubuntu Phone OS integrates with Orange and Deutsche Telekom in GSMA OneAPI initiative Mobile World Congress kicks off today and we’re gearing up to show off Ubuntu running on multiple devices. We’ll be demonstrating phones, tablets and desktops at the stand, have Ubuntu developers flashing spare hardware, as well as be showing integration ...

Chris Kenyon
2 November 2011

Ubuntu & HP's project Moonshot

Ubuntu Server

  Today HP announced Project Moonshot  – a programme to accelerate the use of low power processors in the data centre. The three elements of the announcement are the launch of Redstone – a development platform that harnesses low-power processors (both ARM & x86),  the opening of the HP Discovery lab in Houston and the ...

Chris Kenyon
16 August 2011

Ubuntu Server for ARM processors

Ubuntu Server

Fitting more computing capacity into a limited power envelope is one of the key challenges facing data centre designers today. It impacts companies whether they are building a £500 million data centre or simply working how much compute that can fit into a couple of racks at a shared facility. One of the emerging approaches ...

Chris Kenyon
19 November 2009

Google Chrome OS and Canonical

Ubuntu Article

Congratulations to Google on the open sourcing of Google Chrome OS When Chrome OS was announced in June we saw this as a positive development, bringing choice to the consumer. We considered how open source development is as much about co-operation as it is about competition. Google have made it clear that they are keen ...

Chris Kenyon
8 April 2009

Microsoft, FUD and the netbook market

Ubuntu Desktop

Microsoft, FUD and the netbook market Brandon Le Blanc from Microsoft posted an interesting post about Netbooks and Linux last week. While we agreed with his comments about customers wanting choice and looking for outstanding hardware options, we disagree with much of his analysis and unsurprisingly the overall ‘spin’ of the post. While F ...

Chris Kenyon
30 January 2008


Ubuntu Canonical News

Vive le Logiciel Libre! Today the Gendarmerie Nationale (The French national police force) announced the migration of up to 70,000 computers to Ubuntu over the next 3 years. This comes at the end of a two year migration project where the Gendarmerie Nationale have been using Open Office and Firefox before starting the full migration. ...