LiteOS kernel for embedded devices with rich resources | 适用于资源较丰富嵌入式设备的LiteOS内核
Implementation code for virtual bus discovery, networking, and transmission | 软总线发现、组网、传输功能实现
OpenHarmony is an open-source project launched by the OpenAtom Foundation, and serves as an open-source, distributed operating system (OS) that is intended to address all conceivable usage scenarios.
Unlike traditional OSs, which are limited to a specific type of device, OpenHarmony provides distributed features that are compatible with a wide range of different devices. The first version supports devices with 128 KB to 128 MB of memory. Join us as we keep updating OpenHarmony versions.
For device developers, OpenHarmony utilizes a component-based design to tailor its features to better suit specific devices, based on each device's capabilities and service characteristics. OpenHarmony can run on devices with limited resources and wearables with hundreds of KB of memory, as well as more powerful devices, such as smart home cameras and dashcams with hundreds of MB of memory.