Nine Collabora Developers Have Contributed 46 Patches to the Linux 4.14 Kernel

Linux kernel 4.14 is the newest long-term supported (LTS) kernel series, bringing exciting new features like support for AMD Secure Memory Encryption, bigger memory limits, Heterogeneous Memory Management to support upcoming GPUs, faster TBL flushing, asynchronous non-blocking buffered reads, and much more. Collabora reports on the patches they contributed to the Linux 4.14 kernel, and it looks like a total of nine developers managed to contribute 46 patches. Among these contributions, we can mention the implementation of a new driver for PWM controllable vibrators like does used by the Motorola Droid 4 smartphone, and improvements to the da9052 PMIC driver.