For more than 20 years, SUSE has been a leading force in the development and advancement of Linux software solutions. Over that time, the company has grown and evolved both by paying careful attention to the needs of its partners and customers, and by planning for future trends and technology requirements. In doing so, SUSE has been able to expand its solution and product portfolio into areas like OpenStack Cloud and Software-Defined Storage, while developing powerful build and management tools and processes.
As the adoption and use of Linux continues to expand across so many industries and market segments, one area where the platform is rapidly gaining popularity because of security and reliability is within Embedded Linux Systems.
Hardware, devices, and appliances that run a fixed-function operating system are already pervasive in the world around us. From ATMs, point of sale systems, and routers, to medical imaging, avionics, and electric vehicles, the power and importance of embedded systems mean they are right there on the bleeding edge of advancing technology.
Broader connectivity and information sharing creates tremendous opportunity across a range of industries, and all of the touch-points of these networks are playing an increasingly important role in the way people and businesses consume, capture, share, store, and leverage data. Yet, developing embedded systems can be a complicated and time sensitive endeavor that presents unique challenges and demands to the teams tasked to build and maintain them. That’s where SUSE comes in.
Embedded Systems from SUSE
Built on the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, JeOS (Just Enough Operating System) is the vehicle for delivering a powerful embedded system. That means SUSE can still provide enterprise-level benefits in order to help OEMs and organizations go-to-market faster, improve efficiencies in development and management, and keep costs down.
With a proven history of leveraging Linux and the open source community, SUSE Embedded solutions deliver:
- Security and reliability for a wide range of industry applications
- Design, development, and contractual flexibility for embedded systems
- Unrivaled support from Linux experts throughout a product lifecycle
Yet another natural fit within the company’s expanding solution portfolio, SUSE Embedded is already delivering the best of Linux to manufacturers and companies that require an optimized operating system for their own products.
Stay tuned to this blog for more information about SUSE Embedded solutions, or contact the embedded team today to learn more about why Linux is the fastest growing platform for embedded systems, and why Linux with SUSE is the clear choice for your next project.