How real-time Linux accelerates industrial transformation

Presented by

Dieter Cohrs, NEX Connectivity and Real-Time Product Manager, Intel; Edoardo Barbieri, Product Manager, Canonical

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An overview of real-time use cases and technologies with Canonical and Intel According to IDC’s forecasts, nearly 30% of the world’s data will need real-time processing by 2025. While enterprises require varying levels of real-time performance and desired cycle times differ depending on specific workloads and system configurations, the rapid growth of real-time usage is expected to continue and accelerate in the years ahead. Real-time compute is a decisive factor in the industry transformation to software-defined systems. From fixed functions and proprietary architectures to flexible and dynamic control environments, real-time Linux plays a key role in the transition towards Industry 4.0. Real-time Ubuntu 22.04 LTS provides deterministic responses for time-sensitive applications. The new real-time Linux kernel will power the next generation of industrial robotics, IoT, and telco innovations by guaranteeing a time-predictable task execution for their stringent low-latency requirements. Whether you are an executive navigating the shift toward multi-vendor interoperability and open-source software adoption in your enterprise or a kernel engineer wishing to learn how real-time ties to modern market trends, this webinar is for you. In this joint webinar, Intel and Canonical experts will discuss: How to achieve deterministic performance for time-sensitive applications What are the target verticals and applications of real-time How real-time Linux enables IoT on the factory floor An overview of Intel’s technologies for real-time compute
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