Ubuntu Core Brings Real-Time Processing to Linux IoT 

Ubuntu Core Brings Real-Time Processing to Linux IoT

Canonical, Ubuntu’s parent company, has announced its latest IoT release, Ubuntu Core 22. With the new release, Canonical aims to introduce real-time processing. 

To deliver it in Ubuntu, Canonical is starting with the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS real-time kernel. This is based on the upstream Linux v5.15 kernel. It also integrates the out-of-tree PREEMPT_RT patch for x86_64 and AArch64 architecture. 

The company said that while only in beta, Ubuntu Core 22 real-time kernel enables users to start working on IoT applications. Ubuntu Core also includes other security features, the company claims. These include secure boot, full disk encryption, secure recovery, and strict sandbox confinement. 

Read More: https://www.zdnet.com/article/ubuntu-core-brings-real-time-processing-to-linux-iot/

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