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SlapOS is a general purpose overlay operating system for distributed POSIX infrastructures.
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Nexedi Showcases SlapOS 4G/5G Network Management System based on Free Software, Open Hardware and Edge Computing

Nexedi will showcase during Mobile World Congress 2019 its next generation Network Management System (SlapOS NMS) designed for low latency 4G and 5G. SlapOS NMS is a Free Software converged solution for edge computing and radio networks. It now supports open source 3GPP stacks (ex. SRS), proprietary stacks (ex. Amarisoft) and open hardware (ex. Lime Microsystems, Open Compute Project).
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SlapOS EdgeBox: plug-and-play Edge Computing for corporate networks based on Nexedi Free Software and Open Hardware

Nexedi will introduce at Mobile World Congress 2019 an innovative Edge Computing enabler: SlapOS EdgeBox. Based on industrial grade Open Hardware by Olimex, SlapOS EdgeBox extends existing corporate networks with essential edge services: content delivery network (CDN), IoT buffering, low latency routing, resilient networking and IPv6 everywhere.
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The FLOSS ecosystem of PLC and robotics

A list of success cases and solutions for industrial automation and robotics using open source / free software.
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Nexedi News 2019

Company and technology news in 2018
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MWC 2019 - SlapOS NMS and EdgeBox

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MWC 2019 Barcelona Banner Facebook

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MWC 2019 Barcelona Banner

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Language Interoperability

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Supported packages complete

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Supported packages part 0

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pyodide_logos

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iodide architecture complete

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iodide architecture part0

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I40 decentralized

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MicroBJ: in-browser data analytics using Iodide and OfficeJS

Industry 4.0 meetup, 12 November 2018
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Gadget ERP5 Listbox

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Scipy and scikit-learn compiled to WebAssembly in Pyodide

The Pyodide project aims to compile the CPython interpreter and scientific Python stack to WebAssembly allowing to use Python libraries in the browser. In the past, numpy, pandas and matplotlib have been packaged in Pyodide. In this post we will outline latest developments funded by Nexedi, which include packaging scipy and scikit-learn, improvements in testing workflow and ability to install packages from custom URLs.
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Cython nogil extension on multi core introduction

In this blog post, we show a proof of concept to make multi-core processing possible in CPython. It involves adding a new data type in Cython which is not limited by the CPython GIL and a new coroutine which together make real multi-core possible.
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