Canonical and Dell Technologies have a long-standing partnership that spans across Dell’s Client, Enterprise and IoT businesses. Canonical and Dell share a common vision of addressing customers’ Edge, Core and Cloud requirements with industry leading solutions. The result of this close engagement is an extensive range of integrated technologies certified on Canonical’s latest releases which are ideal for both home and business use or as a platform for software development. In addition, Canonical and Dell have partnered to deliver Cloud infrastructure solutions to the market based on OpenStack and joint reference architectures.
Canonical and Dell EMC team together on PowerEdge Servers
The complete range of Dell EMC's PowerEdge servers are certified with Ubuntu LTS giving customers a wide choice of high performance servers for multiple workloads.
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“Dell EMC sees great value in Canonical’s Ubuntu 18.04 LTS release. Dell EMC and Canonical have a long-standing, forward-looking relationship that spans our client, IoT, and enterprise businesses. Our joint customers have come to expect seamless interoperability with our products, which we now extend with certification of our latest 14th Generation PowerEdge server platform on Ubuntu 18.04.”
Ravi Pendekanti, SVP, Product Management and Marketing, Dell EMC Server and Infrastructure Systems