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Canonical chooses Dragonboard 410c as reference for Ubuntu Core x64

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The Dragonboard is symbolic for Canonical as a reference platform for Ubuntu Core 64-bit development. This means that users will be assured of compatible updates for the long-term development of their designs.

Jon Melamut, VP of commercial devices operations at Canonical, said: “Adopting the DragonBoard 410c as our ARM 64-bit reference platform is proof of our commitment to the open platform community surrounding the board. Via snappy Ubuntu Core and the DragonBoard 410c, developers will have an affordable, accessible and flexible way to create new IoT solutions."

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