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Ubuntu updates for L1 Terminal Fault vulnerabilities

By Canonical on 14 August 2018

For up-to-date patch, package, and USN links, please click here. Today Intel announced a new side channel vulnerability known as L1 Terminal Fault. Raoul Strackx, Jo Van Bulck, Marina Minkin, Ofir Weisse, Daniel Genkin, Baris Kasikci,…

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Ubuntu 16.04 LTS certified for Intel NUC for IoT device development

By Canonical on 21 June 2018

Canonical and Intel® are pleased to announce that Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is now certified on selected Intel® NUC Mini PCs and boards. This partnership will aid device manufacturer’s and their developers to a smoother path to the development and…

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Ubuntu Desktop Weekly Update: June 9, 2017

By Will Cooke on 9 June 2017

GNOME We’ve made the decision to switch to using GNOME Display Manager (GDM) instead of LightDM. We had planned to try LightDM, and based on our investigations it became apparent that we would need to invest a considerable amount of time…

Internet of Things

Highlights from Intel’s Developer Conference 2016!

By Pedro Coca on 7 September 2016

Last month we were present at Intel’s Developer Conference that took place in SF. The conference gathered technologists together to demo, discuss and share ways in which the boundaries of technology can be pushed. On our booth we showcased…

Internet of Things

Intel® Joule™ board powered by Ubuntu Core

By Amrisha Prashar on 16 August 2016

We’re happy to welcome a new development board in the Ubuntu family! The new Intel® Joule™ is a powerful board targeted at IoT and robotics makers and runs Ubuntu for a smooth development experience. It’s also affordable and…

Internet of Things

Advantech and Canonical form strategic partnership for IoT gateways

By Canonical on 16 August 2016

Ubuntu Core operating system provides production ready platform for gateways. London, UK – August 16, 2016 – Canonical today announced it has formed a strategic partnership with Advantech to work together to certify the…

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Ubuntu Core is available for the Intel® NUC

By Thibaut Rouffineau on 10 February 2016

Over the last few months Canonical and Intel have been working together to create a standard platform for developers to test and create x86-based IOT solutions using snappy Ubuntu Core. The results are here today and we’re pleased to…

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Intel Compute Stick now comes with Ubuntu

By Canonical on 2 July 2015

The Intel® Compute Stick now comes in more flavours, with the announcement that an Ubuntu version (Intel product number STCK1A8LFC) will be available globally via major online and retail stockists. This new Ubuntu-based version of the…

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Intel and Canonical collaborate around IoT gateways

By Canonical on 2 June 2015

Intel and Canonical are collaborating around Intel® IOT Gateways and Snappy Ubuntu Core. The Intel® IOT Gateway will come with support for Snap Stores. The Snap Store supports a model where a range of applications will be deployed to a…

Internet of Things

IoT World and the power of Snappy Apps everywhere

By Maarten Ectors on 19 May 2015

IoT World was an eye opener for many. The same open source operating system that everybody loves from the cloud now powered the first smart fridge with apps from GE, the first Ubuntu Core drone with apps from Erle-Robotics, industrial…