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Canonical/Ubuntu Deal With ADLINK

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Embedded World: Adlink pre-certifies hardware to run Ubuntu

  • Embedded World: Adlink pre-certifies hardware to run Ubuntu Linux

    Canonical and Adlink are both members of the Robot Operating System 2 (ROS 2) technical steering committee. “Adlink and Canonical are aligned on ROS development and other machine intelligence research,” said Canonical v-p of IoT Tom Canning. “Whether they’re using industrial gateways or pursuing initiatives in the robotics and AI space, Adlink and Canonical customers will benefit from pre-certified stacks to accelerate their development.”

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