Chinese handset and network equipment maker Huawei has launched Agile Network 3.0 architecture, that will enable enterprises build IoT infrastructure in areas including production, manufacturing and logistics. The Agile IoT solution will consist of three components, the Agile IoT gateway, the Agile Controller and LiteOS. According to Huawei LiteOS is extremely small at just 10KB in size, and supports auto-networking, auto-discovery of other devices and works with zero configuration. The company mentions the OS will be open to all developers, so they can develop their own IoT products. Huawei did not specify what the Agile Controller or the Agile IoT gateway do, but if we were to guess the controller would probably offer a central hub for LiteOS to connect to, through the Agile IoT gateway. Its not clear if LiteOS is open source or simply ‘open for all developers to use for IoT products’. Furthermore, it will be interesting to see if the OS will be compatible with current low level languages like C or would require the learning of a new language. According to Huawei, the OS will be usable in a wide variety of areas including smart homes, connected vehicles, wearables and other industries. The company adds that industries involved in IoT will have to work together for standardizations in IoT and establish research centres, open labs and development communities for the industry to grow. Earlier this year Samsung had echoed similar sentiments when the company’s President and CEO BK Yoon called for greater openness and collaboration…
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