The publishers of one of the most popular Linux products has launched a version of the open source operating system for IoT chips with adaptive designs. Canonical, publishers of the Ubuntu operating system, has struck a partnership deal with flexible chip maker Xilinx to devise an enterprise-grade version for adaptive system-on-a-chip products. The new build is available for download through Ubuntu’s online repository. System-on-a-chip products typically contain peripherals required for advanced IoT devices within a single silicon design. In the case of adaptive SOCs, the hardware switches can be altered to transform the architecture’s performance according to software commands.
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