Collabora believes in the collective strength of a community, and a thriving ecosystem is key to responding effectively to customer requirements. As such, we are proud to be affiliated with these organizations. Together with these partners, and within the constrains that often exist in large organizations, we aim to provide the highest open source software quality possible.
Rockchip is China’s leading fabless semiconductor company. A pioneering IC design company, Rockchip offers comprehensive and professional end-to-end SoC (System-on-Chip) for tablets, notebooks, Chromebooks, IPTV/OTT-Boxes, Internet of Things (IoT), smart audio products, intelligent video applications in smartphone, drones, IPCs, CVRs, robotics and other smart devices. Founded in 2001, Rockchip has become a top brand SoC provider for mobile intelligent terminal.
Visit http://www.rock-chips.com/ to learn more.
The Khronos Group was founded in 2000 to provide a structure for key industry players to cooperate in the creation of open standards that deliver on the promise of cross-platform technology. Today, Khronos is a not for profit, member-funded consortium dedicated to the creation of royalty-free open standards for 3D graphics, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Parallel Computing, Neural Networks, and Vision Processing on a wide variety of platforms and devices from the desktop to embedded and safety critical devices. Khronos Standards are key technologies in their respective markets, such as Vulkan and OpenGL in graphics and gaming, WebGL in 3D web graphics, and OpenVX and OpenCL in embedded vision and compute and NNEF in Machine Learning.
Visit https://www.khronos.org/ to learn more.
The ARM Connected Community is a global network of companies aligned to provide a complete solution, from design to manufacture and end use, for products based on the ARM® architecture. Since our successful demonstration at SIGGRAPH 2014, ARM and Collabora have continued to work together on providing the best possible platform for media playback and presentation. Numerous applications such as digital signage, IVI, tablets, remote monitoring, and more, all require accurate, high-quality and low-power video presentation, with as low a thermal envelope as possible.
Visit https://community.arm.com/ to learn more.
AGL is a collaborative open source project that is bringing together automakers, suppliers and technology companies to build a Linux-based, open software platform for automotive applications that can serve as the de facto industry standard. Adopting a shared platform across the industry reduces fragmentation and allows automakers and suppliers to reuse the same code base, leading to rapid innovation and faster time-to-market for new products. Collabora joined AGL in 2016 to further its direct participation in upstream development of the open source, connected car space and help advance the project’s success and its adoption.
Visit https://www.automotivelinux.org/ to learn more.
Collabora is a member of the Renesas Alliance Partners since 2016.
Renesas delivers trusted embedded design innovation with complete semiconductor solutions that enable billions of connected, intelligent devices to enhance the way people work and live—securely and safely. A global leader in microcontrollers, analog, power and SoC products, Renesas provides the expertise, quality, and comprehensive solutions for a broad range of Automotive, Industrial, Home Electronics (HE), Office Automation (OA) and Information Communication Technology (ICT) applications to help shape a limitless future. The Renesas Alliance provides online tools to increase the synergy between customers, third party partners, and Renesas.
Visit https://www.renesas.com/ to learn more.
The R-Car Consortium brings together system integrators, middleware/application developers, and operating system and tools vendors who are developing solutions for the Connected Car & ADAS market. With highly reliable and technically advanced SoCs from Renesas, and end-to-end development support, customers can get optimal solutions for their requirements.
Visit https://www.renesas.com/ to learn more.
The Debian Project is an association of individuals who have made common cause to create a free operating system, called Debian. Currently using the Linux kernel or the FreeBSD kernel, Debian comes with over 50 000 packages (pre-compiled software that is bundled up in a nice format for easy installation on your machine), a package manager (APT), and other utilities that make it possible to manage thousands of packages on thousands of computers as easily as installing a single application.
Visit https://www.debian.org/ to learn more.
Since its founding in 2005, Collabora has been a member of the Cambridge Network.
Cambridge Network is a membership organisation based in the vibrant high technology cluster of Cambridge, UK. The Network brings people together - from business and academia - to meet each other and share ideas, encouraging collaboration and partnership for shared success.
Visit https://www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk to learn more.
Outreachy provides three-month internships for people from groups traditionally underrepresented in tech. Interns are paid a stipend and work remotely with mentors from Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) communities on projects ranging from programming, user experience, documentation, illustration and graphical design, to data science. Interns often find employment after their internship with Outreachy sponsors or in jobs that use the FOSS skills they learned during their internship.
Visit https://www.outreachy.org/ to learn more.
Bluetooth technology is the global wireless standard for simple, secure connectivity. Propelled by a global community of nearly 30,000 companies, Bluetooth serves to unify, harmonize, and drive innovation in the vast range of connected devices all around us. Through collective creation and shared technical standards, Bluetooth simplifies, secures and enriches the technology experience of users worldwide. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) is a network of member organizations that are the caretakers and innovators of Bluetooth® technology.
Visit https://www.bluetooth.com/ to learn more.
The GNOME Project was started in 1997 by two then-university students, Miguel de Icaza and Federico Mena Quintero. Their aim: to produce a free (as in freedom) desktop environment. Since then, GNOME has grown into a hugely successful enterprise. Used by millions of people across the world, it is the most popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux and UNIX-type operating systems. The desktop has been utilized in successful, large-scale enterprise, and public deployments and the project’s developer technologies are utilized in a large number of popular mobile devices.
Visit https://www.gnome.org/ to learn more.
Open Invention Network (OIN) is the largest patent non-aggression community in history and supports freedom of action in Linux as a key element of open source software. Funded by Google, IBM, NEC, Philips, Red Hat, Sony, SUSE, and Toyota, OIN has more than 2,500 community members and owns more than 1,300 global patents and applications. The OIN patent license and member cross-licenses are available royalty-free to any party that joins the OIN community.
Visit https://www.openinventionnetwork.com/ to learn more.
The Linux Foundation is dedicated to building sustainable ecosystems around open source projects to accelerate technology development and industry adoption. Founded in 2000, The Linux Foundation provides unparalleled support for open source communities through financial and intellectual resources, infrastructure, services, events, and training. Working together, The Linux Foundation and its projects form the most ambitious and successful investment in the creation of shared technology.
Visit https://www.linuxfoundation.org/ to learn more.