A Linux hardware experience website turns 15

Phoronix.com turns 15 years old. The Linux related website that began with a case review and some peripheral reviews on a system running Knoppix.

I started Phoronix for the poor Linux hardware support at the time and it’s been an amazing turnaround since that point. No longer is it a battle of getting network devices or input devices working on Linux but now it’s all a matter of maximizing the performance out of today’s hardware on Linux and watching the amazing growth of Linux on servers, AI / deep learning, Android, Linux gaming, and embedded along with all other sorts of verticals. Each year it becomes more amazing to see what other hardware runs Linux as well as seeing where else the Phoronix Test Suite usage pops up next.

Michael Larabel

Michael has written more than 10,000 articles covering the state of Linux hardware support, Linux performance, graphics drivers, and other topics. So, take a look at the Phoronix.com website.

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