ASRock Industrial Partners With Canonical For Ubuntu-Certified Devices

Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 11 January 2023 at 09:00 AM EST. 19 Comments
ASRock Industrial, the independent company spun out of ASRock that is focused on industrial computers, edge systems, hardware for retail environments, has now partnered with Canonical to begin offering certified devices for Ubuntu Linux.

Similar to Canonical's partnerships with DFI and ASUS, among others, the courting between Canonical and ASRock Industrial is focused on the outlooks for Ubuntu on IoT devices, edge computing, and other Linux use within industrial and retail environments.

This partnership will focus on both ASRock Industrial's motherboards and complete systems. The first to be certified is ASRock Industrial's new iEP-5000G Industrial IoT Controller.

Those wanting to learn more about this partnership can see this press release.
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