A device designer faces many choices when determining how to architect an embedded solution. The Linux operating system offers faster innovation with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, high levels of security, standards that are common across all industries, flexibility and adaptability for many use cases, and cloud-native and DevOps support.
But it doesn’t come without challenges. Is it worth it to invest in supporting Linux for several years? What about the number of common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) that come up constantly throughout the product lifecycle?
Learn how purpose-built embedded Linux distributions can provide the smaller footprint, longer support lifecycle, and high reliability necessary for the intelligent edge.