One single stack. Millions of possibilities

Create business-ready solutions with flexibility and interoperability built in from the start. Accelerate time to deployment with an easy-to-use and easy-to-understand edge computing stack.

Built on Standards
Modular and interoperable
Zero-touch management
STACK CORE LAYERS

Our pillars for flexibility

API

Built on Standards

REST API implemented using open-source and cross-platform technologies to ensure flexibility, long-term support, product quality and security.

Interoperable and Extensible

Designed as a horizontal piece that fits into a much larger puzzle. Our API has been conceived to allow easy integration with any other corporate systems.

Based on Microservices

Microservices-based system that can run as a multi-tenant SaaS or can be deployed as a dedicated instance in any type of public or private cloud or on-premise.

Node Manager

Management and Orchestration

Implements the core Edge Management and Orchestration (EMO) functionalities, including initial provisioning, ongoing monitorization and edge application scheduling.

Edge Health

Collects data on node performance such as CPU load, memory usage, amount of log messages or device temperature, and makes it accessible through the API.

Zero-touch OTA Updates

Enables the remote deployment of patches and functionality updates through an encrypted and verified channel. Update packages are bandwidth-optimized, with sizes close to 1MB.

OS

Linux-based

Based on the standard Linux kernel. It is a distribution completely developed by Barbara with remote manageability and small footprint at the core of the design.

Compatible with any Hardware

Offers out-of-the-box compatibility with all the major chip architectures (x86_64, armv7 and aarch64) and protocols (Ethernet, WiFi, 3G/4G/5G, Bluetooth and RS485).

Cybersecure

Barbara OS is fully patched and constantly updated to prevent and protect against vulnerabilities that can be exploited by malicious entities.

EDGE NODES

Compatible with the vast majority of edge gateways on the market

Small ARM-based gateways with or without graphic acceleration. Affordable and efficient. These are a few examples, contact us for details on more nodes.

Advantech EPC-R3220

ARM (AM3352 Cortex-A8)

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GPU enabled
Jetson Nano

ARMv8 + GPU

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Raspberry Pi 3

ARMv7

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Medium-sized Atom- or Celeron-based gateways with or without graphic acceleration. A good balance for apps that are not too resource-demanding. These are a few examples, contact us for details on more nodes.

Lanner LEC 7230M

Intel Celeron

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C&T RCO 3000

Intel Celeron

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Aaeon Boxer 6639 A1

Intel Celeron, i3, i5 and i7 models

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Large i3-, i5- or i7-based gateways with our without graphic acceleration. Affordable option for apps in need of power and performance . These are a few examples, contact us for details on more nodes.

Schneider Harmony P6

Intel i3, i5 and i7

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HP Edgeline EL3000

Intel i7

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Dell Edge Gateway 5200

Intel i5, i7

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Intel i9- or Xeon-based servers with or without graphic acceleration. Maximum power and durability. These are a few examples, contact us for details on more nodes.

Supermicro Workstation

Intel i3, i5, i7 and i9

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GPU Enabled
Sintrones ABOX 5210G

Intel i3, i5, i7 and i9 + GPU 896 CUDA

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Advantech AIMB Series

Intel i3, i5, i7 and i9

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