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Ubuntu 22.04: The Linux desktop for work
Ubuntu has long been a serious desktop for the business, and this new long-term support version is better than ever for people who want a work Linux desktop. In the words of Ubuntu Linux's founder Mark Shuttleworth, "Our mission is to be a secure, reliable, and consistent open-source platform -- everywhere."
In October 2004, Ubuntu Linux's founder, Mark Shuttleworth, had a vision. He'd create a Debian-based Linux that would be free for everyone from students to global enterprises. Now, 18 years later, the Ubuntu promise is still being kept, offering support for developers, businesses, and the largest of public clouds. Its latest iteration, Ubuntu 22.04, aka Jammy Jellyfish, offers everything anyone needs from a top-of-the-line Linux distribution.
Ubuntu is an important operating system on everything from telecom's 5G clouds to Raspberry Pis and from AI development to the Internet of Things (IoT). As Shuttleworth said in a press conference, "Our mission is to be a secure, reliable, and consistent open-source platform -- everywhere."
With Ubuntu 22.04, that's exactly what they've done.