Red Hat’s executive Francis Chow, has detailed the corporation’s aim to utilize Red Hat Linux for flexible production
Red Hat Linux has planned a bold, unexpected move. They intend to bridge the gap between IT and OT (Operational Technology driving manufacturing), as stated in a blog post by Francis Chow, the Vice President and General Manager of edge computing and in-vehicle operating system at Red Hat.
The objective is to enhance efficiency and competitiveness of manufacturing plants worldwide. Similar to Linux’s dominance in the supercomputing sphere, this focus represents a significant leap forward for Red Hat Linux and possibly, eventually, for other Linux distributions too.
Red Hat initially announced this development at the 28th Annual ARC Industry Leadership Forum, where the theme of expediting manufacturing spawned a lot of discussion. Trends brought up by Chow include:
You can read the entirety of Francis Chow’s message at this URL: Red Hat announces manufacturing role planned for Red Hat Linux
This flexible manufacturing role promises a new and very relevant job for Linux, and Red Hat is surging ahead with it.
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