Blog Posts

We’ve had a few days to explore IFA Berlin, which if you didn’t know is the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show. As in previous years, all the big consumer electronics brands are present, like Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Philips, and myriads of others. But what’s most evident this year is the boom of Chinese consumer
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Summer internships with Tuxera – Rostislav’s story

  • August 26, 2016 /
  • by Rostislav Skudnov
Rostislav is a Junior Engineer in Tuxera’s QA team. He’s a computer science major at the University of Helsinki. When he’s not studying or working, he enjoys traveling and reading books about history and economics. Computers – my passion since early childhood I started learning to use computers before the age of six, and when
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Summer internships with Tuxera – Mikael’s story

  • August 17, 2016 /
  • by Mikael Heino
Mikael is a Junior Engineer in Tuxera’s QA team. He’s a computer science major at the University of Helsinki, with minors in mathematics and Russian language. When he’s not studying or working, he enjoys playing flight and space simulator games, playing badminton, and reading non-fiction books about history, technology, and philosophy. A company that truly
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Say goodbye to boring office guidelines!

  • August 11, 2016 /
  • by Satu Muilu
In all high-growth companies there comes a time when you need to put some shared guidelines in place. Tuxera is no exception, having doubled our size over the course of the last year. But many people think office guidelines are dull and stale – and forget anyone remembering what they read after half an hour.
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Humanity creates an unfathomable 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day! To help wrap our heads around that ginormous number – that’s enough data to fill 10 million blu-ray discs daily. Obviously, it’s inefficient to burn all of this data to discs. So what technology will be used to store this data into the future? The
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Featured image by Bakó GáborSaját művem. (Bakó Gábor) CC0, via Wikimedia Commons: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AInterspect_UAS_B_3.1.jpg
In July 2016, 7-Eleven and drone startup Flirtey brought joy to some thirsty residents in Reno, Nevada, USA. This special Slurpee delivery (7-Eleven’s signature icy beverages) made headlines because it was the first FAA-approved home delivery by drone. While deliveries are a tangible use case for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commercial applications for UAVs run
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When it comes to drone performance, most of the attention is naturally focused on the hardware specs. But what’s often overlooked – and equally important – is the software inside the drone. As with any technology, drone performance is dependent on how everything works together inside. The hardware does the heavy lifting The brain of
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Sneak peek into our annual summer party

  • July 6, 2016 /
  • by Eva Rio
While at Tuxera we have a strong sense of community and do a lot of activities together outside the office every day, there are certain events that brings us even closer and where we have the opportunity to interact with colleagues we do not see that often. We’ve blogged a lot in the past about
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