When adopting new technologies having the right expertise available is crucial for success. Collabora has been helping our clients for many years by providing key linux and open source skills to their product teams.
Collabora was founded by establised members of the open source community which has provided the organisation with the knowledge and ability to work with the
upstream open source projects in a succesful and productive manner. This saves our
clients a lot of time and money as it allows them to focus on pushing their products forward knowing that the improvements we develop together for the open source tools they are using will be merged into the upstream projects, and through that be available and working for their next product cycle.
Turnkey Solutions and Major Open Source platforms
At Collabora we take pride in being able to support our customers with all their open source needs. That means that if you want someone to support a turnkey linux platform for your team or do hardware enablement on a major open source platforms, then we are able to do that. Collabora employ experienced open source developers from a wide range of important open source projects, going from the kernel and all the way up to the user interface. This means you can contact us both for specific domain expertise and for turnkey linux solutions.
Platforms we are working with and can support you on include:
- MeeGo, the legacy pre-Tizen Intel platform.
We do take special pride in our extremely strong multimedia team, being either the main or major contributor behind core open source multimedia technologies. This means we can offer unrivaled skills with for the following projects:
But we also got experienced and proven developers with in-depth knowledge of other major components like:
- The Linux Kernel
- X Window System
- GTK+ toolkit
- Qt toolkit
- HTML5 development
As software becomes more complex, it's much faster to use existing open source technologies than to start from scratch. You'll benefit from collaboration between different developers on the same project. There's less duplication of effort and staffers waste less time. In fact, in the long run, it's difficult for closed source projects to compete with established open source projects.