Build and power containerized systems and apps on any Linux embedded device

Built from industry insights and customer requirements, Pantacor combines modern DevOps best practices with embedded-first technologies to help product makers add tangible value to the smart device edge.

A framework for embedded Linux

The critical building block is Pantavisor Linux, an open source framework for building containerized embedded Linux systems. Pantavisor is the container-based init system that turns your single-purpose, monolithic device into a modular, software-defined device to control the lifecycle of the device’s firmware and applications.

Minimum 32MB of NAND, NOR, or EMMC storage

Minimum 64MB of RAM

Compatible with Arm, Mips, Risc-v, x86, PowerPC

The Pantacor platform

Open source and without vendor lock-in, the Pantacor platform implements containers and other cloud-native technology to connect and manage the full lifecycle of firmware at scale for smart edge devices and the IoT.

Contact us to find out Pantacor can be tailored to your product’s demands.

Pantacor Hub

Manage device security and user access control

Centralize firmware and application updates

Control and view application and firmware revisions

Revision history, logs, and more

Integrates with any 3rd party management solution

Pantacor Fleet

Logical device grouping

Apply channel groups to deployment pipelines

Automatic device selection into channels

Flexible deployment configuration options

Monitoring at scale with fleet-level observations

Supported 3rd party integrations

Get the most out of device data for real-time decision making and observability. Pantacor Hub integrates with all of the popular open source cloud native applications and IoT machine learning platforms.







Connect your devices with a portable containerized control plane for any embedded Linux device.


Deploy containerized apps, and updates with modern and open source DevOps tools and automated workflows.


Act on real-time telemetry and device data by integrating with popular cloud native open source applications.


Manage both firmware and software lifecycle updates on device fleets from a unified dashboard.

Full software lifecycle management

Manage complete device software lifecycles with modern cloud native tools like containers. Easily deploy firmware updates and applications from a single dashboard run from a SaaS, on-premises or in one of the public clouds.

Modern cloud-ready devices

Connect and build IoT devices with Pantavisor Linux, our ultra-lightweight containerization framework for scalable, remote device management and container app deployments that works on any Linux architecture.

Centralized fleet management

Maintain, secure and update devices based on hardware and product line. Aggregate and act on data from device telemetry and logs with standard cloud native analysis tools or other applications for insights and real-time decision making.

Quicker time to market

Release faster and more often with DevOps tools and processes. With both systems and apps containerized and automated, they can be rolled out with fewer steps and less overhead, resulting in a more secure and quicker turnaround for customers.

Open source without vendor lock-in

Leverage modern open source technology like containers to implement efficient and more efficient cloud native patterns such as microservices for code reuse among applications and system OS componenets between devices.

Increased monetization opportunities

Extend your device fleet lifetime and increase revenue opportunities by connecting fixed-function devices to the IoT and deploying new applications. Offer new services and value to end-users without having to replace hardware.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you support non-standard filesystems like JFFS2 and UBIFS?

Yes we do.

Do you run on no-FTL devices like NAND and NOR based systems?


What architectures do you support?

Pantacor is the only solution that enables containerization and cloud native technology on all Linux-based devices. It is particularly well-suited for single function low-spec devices with a minimum of 32MB of NAND, NOR or EMMC storage, minimum of 64MB of RAM, on arm, mips, risc-v, x86, powerpc.