Blog Posts

To begin, every startup has a well-known challenge: to find a product-market fit and scale it up. Unless you are Steve Jobs, you most likely won’t get it right when you come out of the gate with your new product or service. When that happens, you very quickly and effectively need to learn how to
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SXSW by Shane Allen

SXSW 2017 was hot on car safety

  • March 31, 2017 /
  • by Shane Allen
Earlier this month, Tuxera travelled to SXSW, or South by South West. For those that don’t know, SXSW is a week-long event and exhibition held annually in Austin, Texas, USA. It brings innovative personas and companies from tech, culture, entertainment, and design to one place to discuss what are the next big things. This year’s
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Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (own work) [CC BY-ND 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0)], via flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bisgovuk/

Smart factories are moving to Linux – here’s why

  • March 29, 2017 /
  • by Severi Tikkala
This month Tuxera visited Nuremberg, Germany for the annual embedded world exhibition and conference. Although the hot topic on the floor was IoT security and safety, the event had a hidden gem of insight for those working with embedded software: Linux is now gaining a foothold as the operating system for industrial processes. From the
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How car manufacturers are becoming software companies

  • March 15, 2017 /
  • by Claudio M. Camacho
Technology has moved a long road from being something that only tech enthusiasts would admire. It has become a mainstream phenomenon that drives consumer decision making. But as hardware advancements are becoming more and more commoditized, software is the growing force that influences which “smart” products consumer is going to buy. This is a domino
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NUVIZ Augmented Reality
The software company signs an agreement with NUVIZ, an augmented reality startup, continuing its expansion into this new industry. Helsinki, Finland – March 13, 2017 – Tuxera, the world-leading storage and networking technology company, announced that it has signed a deal with NUVIZ, a US and Finland based company developing augmented reality and head-up display
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Last week, we were at one of the tamest Mobile World Congress (MWC) events I’ve yet to experience. As far as smartphones and tablets go, it’s hard to say anything was truly mind-blowing or disruptive. There were some eye-dazzling phones out there, however. OPPO, for example, impressed with both their 5X dual camera technology, plus a stunning user interface that resembles Apple’s iOS. That
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Girls in Tech mentorship ceremony. Credit: Eva Rio.
In her TechCrunch article, Swati Mylavarapu of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers posed the question, “how can we collectively work to improve women’s participation in the tech industry at each key stage of their careers?” Today, in honor of International Women’s Day, I spoke with Tuxera’s own Eva Rio to take a closer look at how our company is
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Not your typical QA experience

  • March 7, 2017 /
  • by Rostislav Skudnov
When Quality Assurance is mentioned, a lot of people think that it’s about pressing buttons on a web page, or testing an app and ensuring that all the features work on different devices. Some people might think that there’s a lot of documentation involved and that it’s a continuous, simple, repetitive task of “making sure
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