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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 ...


Serdar Vural
11 June 2024

Introducing Charmed Aether SD-Core: Automated open source 5G mobile core network

5G Article

We are excited to announce that Charmed Aether SD-Core – our automation solution for the open source 5G core networking software distributed by The Linux Foundation – is available as a beta release. Charmed Aether SD-Core is a set of Juju charms (open source software operators) that can automate the deployment, integration and lifecycle m ...


Canonical
6 June 2024

BT Group and Canonical deliver 5G to UK stadiums

Canonical announcements Article

Canonical teamed up with BT to improve connectivity in football stadiums. Find out how we brought 5G coverage to Watford stadium. ...


Gabriel Aguiar Noury
6 June 2024

A look into Ubuntu Core 24: Your first Linux-powered Matter device

Internet of Things Article

Welcome to this blog series which explores innovative uses of Ubuntu Core. Throughout this series, Canonical’s Engineers will show what you can build with this Core 24 release, highlighting the features and tools available to you.  In this third blog, Farshid Tavakolizadeh, engineering manager from our Industrial team, will show you how t ...


Gabriel Aguiar Noury
5 June 2024

A look into Ubuntu Core 24: Robotics telemetry for your fleet

Internet of Things Article

Welcome to this blog series which explores innovative uses of Ubuntu Core. Throughout this series, Canonical’s Engineers will show what you can build with this Core 24 release, highlighting the features and tools available to you.  In this fourth blog, Mirko Ferrati, engineering manager from our Robotics team, will show you how to deploy ...


Gabriel Aguiar Noury
4 June 2024

A look into Ubuntu Core 24: Deploying AI models in FPGAs for production  

Internet of Things Article

Welcome to this blog series which explores innovative uses of Ubuntu Core. Throughout this series, Canonical’s Engineers will show what you can build with this Core 24 release, highlighting the features and tools available to you.  In this second blog, Talha Can Havadar, senior engineer from our Partner Engineering team, will show you how ...


Gabriel Aguiar Noury
4 June 2024

A look into Ubuntu Core 24: Device management with Landscape

Internet of Things Article

Welcome to this blog series which explores innovative uses of Ubuntu Core. Throughout this series, Canonical’s Engineers will show what you can build with this Core 24 release, highlighting the features and tools available to you.  In this first blog, Michael Croft-White, Telemetry Engineer Director, will show you how Landscape integratio ...


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 ...


Bertrand Boisseau
3 June 2024

Vehicle cybersecurity: the journey towards ISO 21434 compliance

Automotive Article

Automotive is going through considerable technological advancement, centred around the software that vehicles and their manufacturers use. A large part of this software evolution is the move towards open source software. Ensuring the safety and security of critical systems is extremely important, especially in safety-critical use cases. A ...


Andreea Munteanu
2 June 2024

Deploy GenAI applications with Canonical’s  Charmed Kubeflow and NVIDIA NIM

AI Article

It’s been over two years since generative AI (GenAI) took off with the launch of ChatGPT. From that moment on, a variety of applications, models and libraries were launched to address market needs and simplify enterprise activity. As Deloitte observes in its State of Generative AI Q2 2024 report, organisations are now at a stage ...