Huawei Introduces a Self-Developed Operating System for Digital Infrastructure

Huawei Introduces a Self-Developed Operating System for Digital Infrastructure-01

Huawei Technologies Co has unveiled its self-developed openEuler operating system as part of a larger effort to address China’s dearth of domestic operating systems for basic digital technologies.

The openEuler is a device that can be utilized in servers, cloud computing, and edge computing for enterprise customers. Huawei said that openEuler achieved key technology sharing for the internet of things (IoT) devices with HarmonyOS, another Huawei-developed OS.

The two operating systems, according to Xu Zhijun, Huawei’s rotating chairman, can cover a variety of scenarios to address the shortage of indigenous, mainstream core operating systems in China.

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