Just dock your Ubuntu on Android enabled phone to a dock and it outputs Ubuntu on your monitor/HDTV all powered by your ARM Powered phone. Is Canonical going to be able to convince all device makers to pay for it and to support it? Should Canonical try to make it an apk in the Google Play Store, based on the Android Native Code Development Kit for it to work on most current Android phones?
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At the MiTAC GFX ARM Powered Server launch at Computex 2012, Gary Rumney, Senior Advisory Engineer at MiTAC, the architect of the MiTAC GFX ARM Powered Server system and Ian Ferguson, Director of Server Systems and Ecosystem at ARM talk at the launch of the MiTAC GFX ARM Powered Server system at Computex 2012.
This is the unveiling of the MiTAC GFX ARM Powered Server at Computex 2012 during the 25-minute keynote presentation by Ian Ferguson, Director of Server Systems and Ecosystem at ARM and Mark Shuttleworth, leader of the Ubuntu Project.
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical talks about Ubuntu on ARM and Canonical at Linaro.
It's the OpenGL ES port that they have been working on for quite a while.
David Mandala talks about Ubuntu on ARM, the direction of it going onto servers and Canonical's involvement in Linaro.
The most exciting thing is once the ARM Processors in phones are powerful enough to run a full desktop/laptop. Thus simply dock the Android phone and output a full Linux on your larger monitor.
Novacut is a new Linux powered video-editing software system that provides for online and offline collaborative video-editing tools and workflow. It is open-source and free, available at http://novacut.com. The initial target is small indie filmmakers who need a fast efficient method for a web series or low budget film. People who have the flexibility to use a new program and build a work flow around Novacut. Eventually, Novacut plans to replace Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Premiere and every other video-editing systems by providing better, faster and more advanced video-editing tools by being free and open source. Their business model is in the optional video distribution system that can go with the software.
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The 3U rackmount chassis has 48 ARM servers with a total of 192 processor cores, with each ARM server drawing a maximum of 15 watts of power. Each server uses Marvell's quad-core Armada XP 78460 chip, which runs at 1.6GHz, and has error correction features, networking and storage components.
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