Huawei launches new Internet of Things operating system

Huawei launches new Internet of Things operating system

Huawei has become the latest company to stake a claim in the Internet of Things (IoT) market with the launch of its new operating system.

Huawei’s IoT solution involves LiteOS, which will allow devices connected to the internet to communicate with each other. Using LiteOS, partners will be able to obtain free codes from the open source community, enabling them to build their own IoT products. Huawei have also designed IoT gateways to bridge sensor and IP networks and a controller to manage IoT terminals.

“IoT is the future of our increasingly digitised world and networks are key to driving value creation for enterprises. With Huawei’s IoT technologies and offerings, we hope to support the digital transformation of traditional industries and the development of the IoT ecosystem”, said Li Xianyin, General Manager, of Enterprise Gateway Product Domain, Huawei (pictured).

Huawei’s push into IoT technology follows that of Samsung who debuted its new Artik chip, designed to bridge the gap between connected devices and speed up IoT adoption.


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