It is reported today that the Chinese consumer electronics and mobile phone manufacturer, OPPO, has joined the OpenCloudOS operating system community for the ecological development of the operating system.
According to the OpenCloudOS community release, the Chinese consumer electronics and mobile phone manufacturer, as an initial member, announced to join the OpenCloudOS operating system open source community.
OPPO was founded in 2004 with the goal of creating smart devices all over the world. With 280,000 sales locations and 2,500 service facilities, the footprint now spans more than 50 nations and territories. With over 40,000 people, OPPO has 11 smart production sites across the world and a global design center in London.
OPPO has always paid great attention to the ecological development of the operating system due to the needs of terminal business application scenarios, according to OpenCloudOS, and strives to collaborate with ecological partners of the operating system with stable, reliable, and extreme performance.
It is hoped that as an initial member, it will have in-depth technical exchanges with ecological partners, further debate the scenario requirements of terminal operating system applications, and contribute to the domestic operating system ecosystem.
OpenCloudOS is a community-driven operating system project that was started by the operating system, cloud platform, software, and hardware makers, as well as people and will shortly be incubated and operated by the OpenAtom Foundation.
The community’s mission is to create a comprehensive, neutral, open, secure, stable, and easy-to-use high-performance Linux server operating system and a healthy and successful operating system ecosystem.
OpenCloudOS chose to remain a neutral community sans manufacturer labels in its early days. It will be managed and monitored by the open atom open source foundation in the future, operate in a normal open source community format, and remain neutral and open. The community will be governed collaboratively by the participating entities as well.
I’d like to see head operating system manufacturers collaborate on research and development on the technical front. Create OpenCloudOS as a team. Ensure the safety of the domestic R&D supply chain by developing a reliable community version of the operating system.
Simultaneously, it encourages operating system vendors to create corporate versions based on stable community versions.
OpenCloudOS was one of the community’s earliest foundation units. It also expresses hope for the long-term development of domestic operating system technology and acceptance of the concept of working together to form an open-source community.