With Ubuntu Core 16 Canonical looks to embed itself in the IoT

John Leonard
Mark Shuttleworth

Mark Shuttleworth

New version features all new software distribution architecture for consistency and security, says CEO Shuttleworth

Ubuntu Core 16 is released today. Otherwise known as Snappy, it is a pared-back version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system (OS) that's designed for IoT use cases. On a press call, Canonical CEO Mark...

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