Canonical Announces Real-Time Ubuntu for Intel Core


The solution offers real-time Ubuntu for industrial systems.

Canonical and Intel have joined forces to deliver real-time Ubuntu for industrial systems, according to a recent announcement. “The solution enables enterprises to harness the power of optimized Linux on Intel silicon for a wide range of use cases, from telco workloads to life-saving medical equipment, and automation systems for the factory floor,” the announcement says.  

The solution is now generally available on Intel Core processors and supports Intel Time Coordinated Computing (TCC) and IEEE 802.1 Time Sensitive Networking (TSN)

TSN primarily focuses on the network space, explains Edoardo Barbieri, ensuring that time-sensitive applications and workloads receive the necessary processing and network priorities. “With the addition of TCC and TSN, enterprises can achieve enhanced performance, time synchronization, and temporal isolation at the silicon layer,” he says.


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