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Canonical and Autonomic Resources partner to bring Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud to the US federal government

By Canonical on 12 June 2013

Canonical and Autonomic Resources today announced the availability of an integrated product based on Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) and Dell Blade server hardware under the ARC-P cloud product family. ARC-P-UEC is now available for purchase…

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Ubuntu at the heart of Obama for America success

By Canonical on 21 January 2013

Harper Reed, CTO for the Obama For America presidential campaign talks to Canonical

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Moodlerooms boosts reliability with Ubuntu Server and Ubuntu Advantage

By Canonical on 16 March 2011

Ubuntu Advantage subscription service resolves issues, fast Summary Solution provider Moodlerooms provides a range of educational tools for universities and schools. With hundreds of thousands of users at any one time, Moodlerooms must…

Oakland University replaces UNIX with Ubuntu

By Canonical on 4 October 2010

Company overview Oakland University, a state-supported college in Rochester, Mich., teaches some 18,000 students across its liberal arts, business administration, health sciences, engineering and computer science schools. The 3,000-student…

Metal Sales deploys mission-critical servers five times faster with Ubuntu

By Canonical on 4 October 2010

US-based Metal Sales Manufacturing needed to upgrade its server infrastructure so that it could accelerate processes, integrate new applications and scale to meet future requirements. The company needed to implement a cost-effective…

Chicago-based financial services company chooses Ubuntu and cuts server infrastructure by 70 per cent

By Canonical on 4 October 2010

Financial services company Equitec was running its mission-critical, proprietary trading software on 100 Windows-based servers. After experiencing a series of performance issues, the company decided to upgrade to Ubuntu 8.04 LTS. Now…


Ubuntu supports technology-enabled teaching at The Johns Hopkins University

By Canonical on 30 September 2010

Cost-effective, easy-to-use and reliable, Ubuntu proved to be the open source platform of choice on which to build a support system for technology-enabled classrooms at The Johns Hopkins University. Background America’s first…


Ubuntu proved the optimal choice for a non-profit radio station

By Canonical on 30 September 2010

Simplicity in switching, ease-of-use, great client/server side management and outstanding reliability – Ubuntu proved the best choice for KRUU-FM Radio Station. Background KRUU-FM, a non-profit community radio station based in Iowa,…


Canonical launches US-based in time for holiday season

By Canonical on 20 November 2008

Stock up on Ubuntu-branded merchandise and software Canonical launched today an U.S.-based on-line shop for Ubuntu-branded merchandise and software. With a new fulfillment house in St. Louis, Missouri, shipments are faster and less…