Mobile operators face a range of challenges today from saturation, competition and regulation - all of which are having a negative impact on revenues. The introduction of 5G offers new customer segments and services to offset this decline. However, unlike the introduction of 4G which was dominated by consumer benefits, 5G is expected to be driven by enterprise use. According to IDC, [...]
Canonical released Ubuntu 19.04, focused on open infrastructure deployments, the developer desktop, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud to edge software distribution.
There has been a 14-times increase in the amount of Artificial Intelligence (AI) start-ups launching since the turn of the century, according to a study by Stanford University. In the UK alone, says Carmine Rimi, AI product manager at Canonical – the company behind Ubuntu,
TeamViewer, a global software provider for IoT, connectivity, monitoring, support, and team collaboration, has presented the latest version of its Internet of Things solution, TeamViewer IoT, at IoT Tech Expo Europe 2018 in Amsterdam.
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, announced that Ubuntu Core will be deployed across Rigado’s Edge Connectivity gateway solutions, further establishing Ubuntu Core as the premier operating system for edge computing devices.
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, announced that Skype is now available as a snap, the universal Linux app packaging format. This release means that Skype can deliver its communication service to a wider range of Linux users, including millions on Ubuntu.
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has announced the first iteration of Slack as a snap, bringing collaboration to open source users. Slack is an enterprise software platform that allows teams and businesses of all sizes to communicate effectively. Slack works seamlessly with other software tools within a single integrated environment, providing an accessible archive of an [...]
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, is happy to announce that Spotify, the music streaming service, is now available as a Snap, the universal Linux app packaging format.
As more enterprises embark on the path to IoT, they face 2 obstacles: monetisation and security. A number of them will stay in an analysis paralysis mode, while their competitors and the rest of the market progress. What enterprises are really after is a secure path to growth that lets them experiment now without jeopardising their future.
Businesses are struggling to recruit employees with the skills needed to make the Internet of Things (IoT) a success. So says, a new IoT Business Models report from Canonical, the makers of the IoT operating system, Ubuntu Core.
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