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Road Trip – Are We There Yet?


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Office of the Chief Technology Officer
Available from October 6

Reliability and longevity requirements of automotive hardware lifecycle contrast with the need for functional SOTA/FOTA to support growing capabilities and manage complexity and security of connected in-car systems and services.

SUSE and Arm are transforming Linux solutions for safety-aware environments. Mission-critical Linux and container technologies are building an open ecosystem for deploying cloud-native application workloads with mixed criticality into heterogeneous hardware environments.
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