SUSE delivers a Linux distribution that is optimized for 64-bit Arm systems, as well as an Arm-based platform for High Performance Computing (HPC).

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SUSE is the largest independent open source company, providing open source solutions and technologies for the enterprise to simplify, modernize, and accelerate traditional and cloud-native applications across the IT landscape in any environment including Arm.

SUSE offers open source solutions, services, and support in three key areas: 

  • Enterprise Linux and Containers
  • Cloud Computing including hybrid cloud
  • Edge Computing

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Arm is an enterprise-grade Linux distribution that is optimized for unique 64-bit Arm chip capabilities. It enables solutions providers and enterprise early adopters to gain faster time to market for innovative server and Internet of Things (IoT) devices solutions.

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High Performance Computing

SUSE Linux Enterprise for High Performance Computing (HPC) is a highly scalable, high-performance open source operating system that is designed to utilize the power of parallel computing for modeling, simulation, and advanced analytics applications.

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SUSE open source repositories

SUSE builds from a range of community projects and programs. Developers can experiment with new features using openSUSE and Tumbleweed. openSUSE Build Service provide developers with the infrastructure where Arm-based packages are built including additional software from the SUSE Package Hub. 

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Resources


Community Forums

Not answered Apply Low pass filter using CMSIS 0 votes 40 views 0 replies Started 14 hours ago by Anu123 Answer this
Not answered Arm64 Long Format Translation Table Walk
  • Memory Management Unit (MMU)
  • Arm64
0 votes 85 views 0 replies Started 2 days ago by angeld Answer this
Answered Where can I find more information regarding CI/CD support for AArch64? 0 votes 457 views 5 replies Latest 4 days ago by Eric Van Hensbergen Answer this
Answered Is there documentation somewhere to help folks develop their own UEFI/EBBR/SBBR to get rid of U-Boot?
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Server Base Boot Requirements (SBBR)
  • AArch64
  • U-Boot
  • UEFI
0 votes 225 views 2 replies Latest 4 days ago by poddingue Answer this
Suggested answer Using Geppetto Design Tools for Infrastructure Solutions
  • EDA & tools
  • System Design
  • Edge Computing
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
0 votes 256 views 1 replies Latest 6 days ago by fixxxer Answer this
Suggested answer Are there any standard boot protocols for Edge and IoT devices? 0 votes 155 views 1 replies Latest 6 days ago by fixxxer Answer this
Not answered Apply Low pass filter using CMSIS Started 14 hours ago by Anu123 0 replies 40 views
Not answered Arm64 Long Format Translation Table Walk Started 2 days ago by angeld 0 replies 85 views
Answered Where can I find more information regarding CI/CD support for AArch64? Latest 4 days ago by Eric Van Hensbergen 5 replies 457 views
Answered Is there documentation somewhere to help folks develop their own UEFI/EBBR/SBBR to get rid of U-Boot? Latest 4 days ago by poddingue 2 replies 225 views
Suggested answer Using Geppetto Design Tools for Infrastructure Solutions Latest 6 days ago by fixxxer 1 replies 256 views
Suggested answer Are there any standard boot protocols for Edge and IoT devices? Latest 6 days ago by fixxxer 1 replies 155 views