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9 November 2023
In recent years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) have surged in importance. This rise can be attributed to a massive influx of data, enhanced computational capabilities, and significant advancements in algorithms. These changes have empowered various industries and society at large, resulting in cost-effective produ ...
Gabriel Aguiar Noury
18 October 2023
Canonical brings Ubuntu and ROS to NVIDIA Jetson Orin, providing stability to robotics and AI DevelopmentRobotics Article
The intersection of software and hardware is crucial in driving advancements in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). Canonical and NVIDIA are collaborating to drive this synergy. This collaboration promises to enrich users of NVIDIA Jetson Orin hardware with the versatility and stability of Ubuntu. In this blog, we’ll delve deeper i ...
12 September 2023
Ubuntu KVM support comes to NVIDIA AI Enterprise Canonical continues to expand its collaboration with NVIDIA by providing Ubuntu KVM Hypervisor support with NVIDIA AI Enterprise 4.0 — which is generally available starting today. Organisations using GPU virtualisation on Ubuntu can look forward to a seamless migration to the new NVIDIA AI ...
23 March 2023
Ubuntu, the open-source OS of choice for developers, now certified for world-leading NVIDIA Orin AIoT platform ● Certified Ubuntu to underpin NVIDIA IoT solutions spanning robotics, manufacturing, industrial and medical industries. ● State-of-the-art security with optional SLA-backed support to accelerate transition to industry 4.0 w ...
21 March 2023
Charmed Kubeflow is now certified in the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Software Program for MLOps! Canonical is proud to announce that Charmed Kubeflow is now certified as part of the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Software program. This collaboration accelerates at-scale deployments of AI and data science projects on the highest-performing AI infrastructure, prov ...
20 September 2022
Enterprises struggle to bring AI and automation to the edge due to strict requirements and regulations across verticals. Long-term support, zero-trust security, and built-in functional safety are only a few challenges faced by players who wish to accelerate their technology adoption. At Canonical, we are excited by the promise of bringin ...
31 August 2022
As a strategic partner of NVIDIA, Canonical is proud to be one of the leading sponsors of the NVIDIA GTC again! Join us virtually at NVIDIA GTC on September 19-22 to explore the latest technology and business trends and learn from experts on how AI and the evolution of the 3D Internet are profoundly impacting ...
21 March 2022
At GDC 2022 Arm, Ampere Computing and Canonical will present a live talk accompanied by a cloud gaming demo built on top of Ampere Altra powered servers running Anbox Cloud providing a cloud gaming service visitors can try live in the Arm booth #S756 Anbox Cloud was built use case agnostic, but cloud gaming has ...
14 April 2021
If you’re a developer, a DevOps engineer or just a person fascinated by the unprecedented growth of Kubernetes, you’ve probably scratched your head about how to get started. MicroK8s is the simplest way to do so. Canonical’s lightweight Kubernetes distribution started back in 2018 as a quick and simple way for people to consume K8s ...
13 April 2021
Security at the Edge: hardware accelerated AI-based cybersecurity with Canonical Ubuntu and the BlueField-2 DPUAI Article
During GTC last fall, NVIDIA announced an increased focus on the enterprise datacenter, including their vision of the datacenter-on-a-chip. The three pillars of this new software-defined datacenter include the data processing unit (DPU) along with the CPU and GPU. The NVIDIA BlueField DPU advances SmartNIC technology, which NVIDIA acquire ...
5 October 2020
Canonical has been working closely with NVIDIA for many years to fuel innovation and support open source software with the power of accelerated processing. That already allowed us to jointly deliver GPU acceleration into Linux, OpenStack and container workloads on traditional datacenter servers. We continued working together, with Ubuntu ...
5 October 2020
NVIDIA is redefining the data center around the concept of data processing units (DPUs): powerful network cards running Ubuntu out of the box that combine hardware and software to deliver new classes of cloud architectures – in the data center and at the edge. Whether for private clouds, edge computing or data center technologies, we ...