Rapidly changing Embedded landscape
With growth comes significant challenges for manufacturers in many industries such as automotive, healthcare and transportation. New innovations bring with them widespread changes in hardware, systems, and security standards.
Fierce competition means manufacturers need to find a balance between reducing production costs and increasing the differentiation of their offerings. To be successful, they must find ways to optimize their product’s performance, deliver new functionality and bring their products to the market faster.
Embedded Linux & Industry Challenges
- As the number of IoT and Edge devices increase, so does the challenge of delivering timely security patches and software updates to a large and often diverse install base.
- The growth of embedded devices leads to the diversification in technology standards. To ensure customers benefit from rapidly evolving technology, enterprises will adopt new standards to support multi-cloud, public, hybrid, and private cloud use cases.
- Device manufacturers must find ways to accelerate the development and manufacturing of their embedded products. The use of the latest container technology will ensure the release of stable new products to market faster.
Why SUSE Linux for Embedded Systems?
Bosch Car Multimedia, part of the Bosch Group, develops smart integration solutions for in-car entertainment as well as navigation, telematics and driver assistance functions used in the original equipment business. Headquartered in Hildesheim, Germany, Bosch Car Multimedia supplies its products to leading car, truck and coach manufacturers from all around the world.
- Collaboration between Bosch Car Multimedia and SUSE delivers cost-efficient and unified development environments for Bosch product development
- High-availability for Bosch IT systems
- Reduced time required for new product releases
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