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Ubuntu

Open Software Operating System for the Desktop, the Cloud and all Internet-Connected Devices

Ubuntu is a popular open source operating system developed by Canonical. It is used in data centers worldwide, can be installed on desktops, enables multi-cloud operations and container operations, and powers advanced industrial applications on robots and drones, leveraging machine learning and AI.

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Why choose Ubuntu

Ubuntu provides robust security, app stores, and enables swift development with reliable upgrades

Reliable and Powerful

Ubuntu reduces hardware costs while delivering high-standard performance. The versatile platform ensures 24/7 availability and is resistant to attacks

Stable and Secure

Application isolation enables security, robustness and simple, remote maintenance. The built-in firewall and virus protection software deliver comprehensive security

Flexible and Carrier-grade

Ubuntu provides a container orchestration system to build microservice-based apps more easily and flexibly, and enables monitoring, storage, analysis, and visualization functions

Significantly Upgradable

Remotely upgradable upon low bandwidth and prompt delivery of new features. Ubuntu provides the capabilities to grow your app store and ecosystem

Ubuntu Datasheet

This document provides an overview of Ubuntu and contains a full list of features and technical details

Download Ubuntu Datasheet

How Ubuntu Works

Learn how flexibly, autonomously and securely Ubuntu powers all internet-connected devices, from desktops to data centers to robots and drones

Test Ubuntu at STORDIS LABS

STORDIS LABS runs two of the most advanced technical laboratories for Open Networking technology in Europe. Proficient network engineers are continually testing the latest hardware and software configurations, and also provide remote access for customers to test specific use cases. Feel free to contact us if you would like to test your configuration with Ubuntu.

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