Huawei Branding Conference Operating System Officially Unveiled HarmonyOS, reported and Kato Hongmeng. According to the Kitab company, the new OS is faster and more harmless than Android. HarmonyOS is a pre-designed headset for various portable devices and IoT products. The new OS can be used in displays, carry-ons, smart bars, car information systems and so on.
HarmonyOS has been running since 2017 and is based on its own microdata. It has the potential for all kinds of scripts and all-inclusive compilations, but for the time being it looks like a competitor to Fuchsia and Zircon. Source platforms on the platform will be published as an open source project. Let's not forget, Huawei is already working on an open-source LiteOS operating system for IoT devices. The Chinese company established a separate non-profit foundation and formed HarmonyOS and LiteOS services. Huawei reads that the Android operating system is not that good for wear and tear, the lower code is tweaked, the manual for multitasking is sharp, and there are serious problems with the fragmentation of the various versions.
HarmonyOS does not provide root access to the needs, and the microchip is completely insulated from the internal structures. The core of the system is verified at a very low level of formal logic and mathematics in order to minimize the risk of development failure. HarmonyOS employs state-of-the-art software concepts and technologies that have hitherto been incorporated in the development of critical OSs that are applied in aviation and spacecraft. Theses technologies ensure EAL 5+ privacy level.
In the microwave only multiprocessor workflow and IPC (Inter Process Communication) have been implemented, as the rest of the system has been provided with the same type of system services, after-hours which are delivered in the required space. Deterministic Latency Engine, which real-time analyzes system loading and utilization technologies for predicting attachment behavior, is used for multigone workflow management. Compared to other eligible engines, the Deterministic Latency Engine reduces latency by 25.7% and reduces latency fluctuations by 55.6%.
To ensure connectivity between micro and home services, such as file system operation, network stack, drivers, and attachment startup subsystem, IPC is used, which according to Huawei operates five IPs per second. by IPC prompt in QNX. Instead of a standard protocol stack of four fields, the HarmonyOS microcontroller runs a single level model, but based on a specially deployed virtual rail, secured interfaces, hardcopy and hard drive maps.
HarmonyOS is not directly compatible with Android, but for the adaptation of the current Android attachments, minimal changes are needed. Huawei has announced that it will soon be integrated into HarmonyOS and support for Android attachments and HTML5 based attachments.
Interestingly, even with the loss of the Android license, Huawei's Kittagian is ready to go, within just 1-2 days, to ease the migration to HarmonyOS. In addition, Huawei develops on-line AppGallery and Huawei Mobile Services, positioned as an alternative to Google Play and on-line Google services.