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Canonical
13 June 2024

World’s first RISC-V Laptop gets a massive upgrade and equips with Ubuntu

Canonical announcements Article

DeepComputing partners with Canonical to unveil a huge boost to the DC-ROMA RISC-V Laptop family  The DC-ROMA RISC-V Laptop II is the world’s first RISC-V laptop pre-installed and powered by Ubuntu, which is one of the most popular Linux distributions in the world, providing developers with an outstanding mix of usability and reliability, ...


Henry Coggill
12 June 2024

NIST CMVP Interim Validation & Jammy FIPS

FIPS Article

If you need FIPS-validated cryptographic modules for your deployments, you may be aware that these have been turbulent times in the FIPS world. We have seen the introduction of the new FIPS 140-3 standard, with the older 140-2 being phased out (all existing certificates will expire by September 2026 at the latest). The industry has ...


Canonical
4 June 2024

Canonical launches Ubuntu Core 24 

Canonical announcements Article

Immutable Ubuntu Core delivers a new factory installation system for IoT device makers, GPU support for AIoT and device management integrations with Landscape and Microsoft Azure IoT Edge. London, 4 June 2024. Today, Canonical announced the general availability of Ubuntu Core 24, with a 12 year Long Term Support (LTS) commitment. This ‘im ...


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Benjamin Ryzman
21 June 2024

Data Centre AI evolution: combining MAAS and NVIDIA smart NICs

AI Article

It has been several years since Canonical committed to implementing support for NVIDIA smart NICs in our products. Among them, Canonical’s metal-as-a-service (MAAS) enables the management and control of smart NICs on top of bare-metal servers. NVIDIA BlueField smart NICs are very high data rate network interface cards providing advanced s ...


amir-abdelbaki
20 June 2024

From support engineering to UX: Piper’s career progression at Canonical

Ubuntu Article

Career progression is crucial to employee engagement and retention. At Canonical, we encourage employees to develop their own personal development journeys,  giving them the chance to apply internally for roles they are passionate about, even if they come from different technical backgrounds. We love seeing our people grow and develop. We ...


Philip Williams
20 June 2024

Navigating the cost of cloud storage in the public sector

Ceph Article

Like many other industries, organisations in the public sector have been keen to make use of the flexibility offered by cloud computing, but are now observing unpredictable and rising costs. Much of which can be mitigated through careful planning and on-premise infrastructure.  Government guidance now recommends switching to a strategy of ...


Jason Nucciarone
18 June 2024

Ubuntu Summit 2024

Ubuntu Article

We are excited to announce that Ubuntu Summit 2024 will be held in The Hague, the Netherlands this October 25 – 27th! The Ubuntu Summit for the last two years has served as a showcase for the innovative and the ambitious. We aim to shine a light on those who are not satisfied with the ...


Stephanie Domas
18 June 2024

A CISO’s comprehensive breakdown of the Cyber Resilience Act

Ubuntu Ubuntu Pro

Strong, wide-reaching regulation can bring safety to communities – but it can also bring uncertainty. The Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) has proven no exception to this universal rule. Across the open source community and the wider tech landscape, people have been greeting the news with the whole spectrum of reactions: concern, anxiety, hope. ...


Felicia Jia
18 June 2024

Empowering RISC-V with open source through Ubuntu

Silicon Article

Canonical collaborates with partners to deliver optimised Ubuntu on RISC-V platforms, empowering innovation on RISC-V  Open source and global standards have a long history of success because they have a license framework that ensures anyone, anywhere can have ongoing access to them. RISC-V,  an open standard Instruction Set Architecture ( ...


Andreea Munteanu
17 June 2024

Top 5 reasons to use Ubuntu for your AI/ML projects

AI Article

For 20 years, Ubuntu has been at the cutting edge of technology. Pioneers looking to innovate new technologies and ideas choose Ubuntu as the medium to do it, whether they’re building devices for space, deploying a fleet of robots or building up financial infrastructure.  The rise of machine learning is no exception and has encouraged ...


Aaryan Porwal
16 June 2024

Pair Programming: The Ubuntu Way

People and culture Article

At our core, we believe in Ubuntu: “I am what I am because of who we all are.” This philosophy of interconnectedness is woven into everything we do, including how we approach software development. This belief in our interconnectedness extends to how we build software. Pair programming, a practice where two developers work side-by-side, is ...


Andreea Munteanu
13 June 2024

Solving newcomer data science challenges with Canonical’s Data Science Stack – now in beta

AI Article

Data science is one of the most exciting topics of the last century. With its utility in industries of all kinds, it’s easy to see why it has been rated as one of the top 20 fast-growing occupations in the US, according to the Bureau of Labour Statistics.  However, entering this fast-growing space isn’t’ easy: ...


Rhys Knipe
12 June 2024

Space pioneers: Lonestar gears up to create a data centre on the Moon

Canonical announcements Article

Why establish a data centre on the Moon? Find out in our blog. ...


Canonical
11 June 2024

Ubuntu Security Notices now available in OSV format

Ubuntu Ubuntu Pro

Canonical is now issuing Ubuntu Security Notices (USNs) in the open source OSV format. Using the information provided, developers can identify known third-party, open source dependency vulnerabilities that pose a genuine risk to their application and its environment. This collaboration between Canonical and OSV aims to simplify vulnerabil ...


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