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Meet Our Partners

At Bytemark we believe that Linux and the Free Software ecosystem play a vital part in underpinning an open, co-operative and global internet. We are proud to give back and sponsor Manjaro to publishing free software using our network. Bytemark’s datacentre uses fresh-air cooling, not common in the UK. Each of its servers is built using efficient power supplies as certified by the 80plus scheme, which requires power supplies to be at least 80% efficient at up to 100% rated load. Over the years, we’ve designed our own national network, built our own cloud hosting platform and now we’ve set our sights on developing a managed Kubernetes service. Our customer base has grown with us, spanning hobbyists to multi-million-pound businesses.

CodeWeavers is a small international company based in St. Paul, Minnesota that enables customers to run Windows programs on Linux using the open source Wine technology. Everything they do at CodeWeavers revolves around the Open Source Wine Project. They contribute all of their work on Wine back to the Wine Project. In fact, CodeWeavers developers make up for 2/3 of the Wine commits. The majority of the development they do goes into Wine first, before it becomes part of their commercial product CrossOver. Together with CodeWeavers we bring excellent support of Programs and Games normally only running on Windows also to the Linux eco-system.

LINUX-SERVICE.BE BVBA is a small computer reseller from Belgium offering quality notebooks with European software, assembled in the Netherlands and software installed in Belgium. With their great aftersales service LINUX-SERVICE.BE BVBA helps their customers to keep their private data were they belong and their life save from getting exposed to big corporations. Working closely together with Manjaro to bring evolution into computing by giving the Linux world a new face and operating experience.

At the core of our philosophy is the notion that PINE64 is a community platform. A simplistic point of view, often offered up and referenced online, is that ‘PINE64 does hardware while the community does the software’. While this depiction is not inaccurate, it is also a gross oversimplification. The fact that PINE64 is community driven doesn’t simply entail a one-way reliance on the community or partner projects for software support; it means that the community gets to actively shape the devices, as well as the social platform, of PINE64 from the ground up. The goal is to deliver ARM64 devices that you really wish to engage with and a platform that you want to be a part of. Pairing up with Manjaro as OS-Partner, we bring together nice devices with focus of privacy for the user.

Our partnership with Manjaro is beneficial not to just us, but our users as well. With our aligned interest of making open-source software more accessible, the combination of Manjaro and Star Labs hardware creates an unheard-of experience - seamless access to cutting-edge hardware and software. Manjaro is eager and dedicated to continually improving and adding more features, and continue to excel with the delivery of these. We’ve worked together and will continue to do so, for many hardware related aspects.

At TUXEDO Computers you don’t only get individually configurable Linux No‍te‍books und PCs, but also hardware that is perfectly optimized for running Linux! Besides the technical aspects, the work of the community is the most important aspect. In Manjaro TUXEDO Computers has found a partner that is both professional and committed. This partnership and with it the work of the Manjaro Community shall be supported. Therefore TUXEDO Computers is directly involved in the work of the Manjaro community, supporting developers with own resources.