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Huawei Launches LiteOS, an Operating System for the Internet of Things

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(PC World) – China’s Huawei Technologies is targeting smart homes, cars, wearables and more with its own operating system, Liteos, intended for the international market.

On Wednesday Huawei launched the OS to help third-party vendors break into the emerging Internet of Things space. The whole industry is eyeing opportunities to turn household objects and industrial equipment into connect devices, but the development costs still remain high, according to the Chinese company.

Huawei, however, claims its new “lightweight” OS can streamline the whole process. The Liteos software can be as small as 10 kilobytes in size, and is designed to run on minimal power, making it suitable for a wide range of hardware, including microcontrollers and ARM Cortex embedded processors.

Hardware running Liteos can be controlled remotely, or collect data. In addition, the operating system can be installed on devices already running Google’s Android OS, and it can connect with other third-party devices.

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