American Megatrends Inc. (AMI), a hardware and software company that specializes in BIOS and UEFI firmware, PC hardware, data storage products, remote and server management tools, as well as unique solutions powered by Linux and Android, was proud to announce that it has joined SUSE's 64-bit ARM Partner Program.
SUSE, the company behind one of the most acclaimed enterprise Linux kernel-based operating systems, SUSE Linux, as well as the community-developed openSUSE GNU/Linux distribution, created the partner program expansion for its OEM partners who wanted to build innovative solutions powered by 64-bit ARM server processors. Now that AMI (American Megatrends) has also joined its 64-bit ARM Partner Program, there will be more compatibility between AMI BIOS and UEFI firmware on 64-bit ARM systems.
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