Topic: Canonical News

Ratnadeep Bhattacharjee joins Canonical

Canonical News, Cloud

We are pleased to announce a seriously good addition to the our product team: Ratnadeep (Deep) Bhattacharjee. Deep joins Canonical as Director of Cloud Product Management from VMware where he led its Cloud Infrastructure Platform effort and has a solid understanding of customer needs as they continue to move to virtual and cloud infrastructure. Ubuntu […]

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The Juju Charm Championship begins

Canonical News, Cloud, Server

Ubuntu developer contest offers $10,000 for the most innovative charms Developers around the world are already saving time and money thanks to Juju, and now they have the opportunity to win money too. Today marks the opening of the Juju Charm Championship, in which developers can reap big rewards for getting creative with Juju charms. […]

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Enterprise Cloud Computing with Ubuntu on Windows Azure

Canonical News, Cloud

The emergence of public cloud computing has changed the IT landscape for developers and enterprises, making it significantly easier and more cost effective to develop and deploy new applications, services and infrastructure. Enterprises can choose among cloud providers to meet their needs for performance, features, price and flexibility that will support their technology strategy today […]

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Canonical and Dell expand joint PowerEdge Server engineering and support

Canonical News, Partners, Server, Ubuntu Advantage

Today we announced a collaborative support and engineering agreement with Dell.  As part of this agreement Canonical will add Dell 11G & 12G PowerEdge models to the Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS Certification List and Dell will add Ubuntu Server to its Linux OS Support Matrix. In May 2012, Dell launched the OpenStack Cloud Reference Architecture […]

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Ubuntu phone, tablet at Mobile World Congress

Canonical News, Phone, Tablet, Ubuntu One

Ubuntu Phone OS integrates with Orange and Deutsche Telekom in GSMA OneAPI initiative Mobile World Congress kicks off today and we’re gearing up to show off Ubuntu running on multiple devices. We’ll be demonstrating phones, tablets and desktops at the stand, have Ubuntu developers flashing spare hardware, as well as be showing integration and interoperability […]

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Steam Client now available in Ubuntu Software Center

Canonical News, Desktop, TV

Starting today, users can install the Steam Client with a few simple clicks in our Software Center, the fastest and safest way to install thousands of paid and free applications on Ubuntu. Canonical and Valve have worked closely together to make Ubuntu the best performing open platform for gaming and now the ultimate entertainment platform […]

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Canonical exhibiting at CeBIT 5-9 March 2013

Canonical News

We are exhibiting at this year’s CeBIT event on March 5-9th, 2013 in Hannover Germany, in conjunction with our partner in the region, Teuto.net and we’re giving away number of free tickets to selected customers and partners. If you are interested in one of these tickets, please contact me at anthony.beckley@canonical.com for more information. The […]

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It’s official: Ubuntu now fits phones

Canonical News, Phone

Today we’re announcing our latest and, in my opinion, our most important ever product: Ubuntu is coming to the phone.   When we began developing Unity a few years ago, the aim was to create a single family of interfaces that work the same way on different devices. This means that unlike most of our […]

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Four new hot indie games arrive in Ubuntu Software Center

Canonical News, Desktop

The Humble Indie Bundle 7 is in the Ubuntu Software Center and just in time for some holiday gaming. The masterful indie games coming to Ubuntu this time are Closure, Shank 2, Snapshot and Legend of Grimrock. These games debut in Ubuntu thanks to the Humble Indie Bundle 7 which is our favorite cross platform, […]

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Searching in the Dash in Ubuntu 13.04

Canonical News, Desktop

The Ubuntu 12.10 release saw the Dash take another important step towards fulfilling its intended purpose of being an online, global search tool that helps users find anything, instantly, right from their home environment. There are a number of exciting improvements planned for 13.04 that will make the Dash more comprehensive, more online and as […]

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