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Edoardo Barbieri

Edoardo Barbieri

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Edoardo Barbieri
30 March 2022

The State of IoT – March 2022

Internet of Things Article

It’s Wednesday, and you have less than 2 days to make the quarter. Busy month with no time to catch up with the latest info? No problem! Get up to speed with this curated list of bite-sized chunks of IoT news. In case you missed it, here is the State of IoT from last February! ...


Edoardo Barbieri
7 March 2022

The State of IoT – February 2022

Internet of Things Article

One could aptly name this February State of IoT as the State of Silicon. With the much-anticipated partnership between ARM and NVIDIA halting to a grind, Intel grabbed this month’s headlines by investing in the open RISC-V architecture and announcing a new fund promoting disruptive startups. Let’s dive straight in! Ferrari partners with Q ...


Edoardo Barbieri
14 February 2022

Low latency Linux for industrial embedded systems – Part III

Internet of Things Article

Welcome to the concluding chapter of this three-part blog series on the low latency Linux kernel for industrial embedded systems.   Each blog is standalone and can be read independently from the others, although you may want to start at the beginning for some continuity. If you need a quick refresher on userland and kernel space, ...


Edoardo Barbieri
11 February 2022

Low latency Linux for industrial embedded systems – Part II

Internet of Things Article

Welcome to Part II of this three-part blog series on adopting the low latency Linux kernel for your embedded systems. In case you missed it, check out Part I for a brief intro on preemptable processes in multiuser systems and memory split into kernel and user space. The low-latency Ubuntu kernel ships with a 1000 ...


Edoardo Barbieri
10 February 2022

Low latency Linux for industrial embedded systems – Part I

Internet of Things Article

Welcome to this mini blog series on the low latency Linux kernel for industrial embedded systems!  The real-time patch, which is not fully upstream yet, has had many developers wonder about stable alternatives for their projects adopting an embedded Linux operating system (OS) with latency requirements in the milliseconds’ range. The low- ...


Edoardo Barbieri
31 January 2022

The State of IoT – January 2022

Internet of Things Article

No day goes by without innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, affecting enterprises and individuals alike. In case you missed it, here is a roundup of last year highlights from the IoT world. January was a month packed with IoT-related news, so brace for a ride as we dive straight into this monthly ...


Edoardo Barbieri
13 December 2021

Internet of Things and Ubuntu: 2021 highlights

Internet of Things Article

With rising unit shipments and hardware spending, 2021 will go into the record books as a critical year in the ever-increasing adoption of connected devices. Ubuntu – the modern, open-source Linux operating system for the enterprise server, desktop, and cloud – is rapidly becoming the de-facto standard for Internet of Things ( IoT) device ...


Edoardo Barbieri
30 November 2021

Embedded systems: the advent of the Internet of Things – Part II

Internet of Things Article

This is the second part of the two-part blog series covering embedded Linux systems and the challenges brought about by the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. In Part I, we surveyed the embedded ecosystem and the role Linux plays within that space. This blog takes you on the next step in the journey, ...


Edoardo Barbieri
24 November 2021

What is embedded Linux? Part I

Internet of Things Article

“Hello everybody out there using minix –  I’m doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones.  It is NOT portable (uses 386 task switching etc), and it probably never will support anything other than AT-harddisks, as that’s all I have :-(.” [1] The ...


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