Canonical Partners With Blender Around Paid LTS Application Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 23 June 2021 at 10:31 AM EDT. 25 Comments
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Ubuntu maker Canonical has partnered up with the Blender Foundation to offer paid enterprise support around the long-term support versions of Blender.

In an interesting move for Canonical that is normally focused on offering LTS/enterprise support around their Linux distribution, the company is now offering paid enterprise support for Blender's LTS releases. Canonical's Blender LTS support extends beyond just Blender-on-Ubuntu to also include other Linux distributions as well as macOS and Windows.

The initial enterprise plans by Canonical for Blender include standard 24x5 support at $500 USD per year or 24x7 advanced coverage for $1,000 per year.

More details on Canonical's Blender LTS support via Ubuntu.com.
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